George Goes Swimming by Nicola Smee


George Goes Swimming by Nicola Smee

George is off to the pool so that he can learn how to swim! He has his armbands at the ready, and Mum is close by to help. With a bit of splashing, it's not long before George learns to love the pool and is swimming in his armbands! George and Bear make the perfect team - explore first experiences with them. The simple text and bright artwork make this the perfect early story book for toddlers. Look out for other books in the series: George Gets Dressed George Visits the Doctor George Goes on a Plane

About the Author

Nicola Smee

Nicola Smee lives in Tolleshunt D’Arcy, Essex, where she works on her delightful books for children. Nicola's warm and enchanting style has established her as a popular illustrator worldwide. The creation of her many successful picture books was the natural development of inventing stories to entertain her own three naughty boys when they were little!

Her most recent book for Bloomsbury was Funny Face, which was nominated for the Booktrust Early Years Award 2006 and has already been published in more than six languages.

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20 pages
Interest Age: From 1


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Publication date

5th February 2015



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