Worried Arthur: Countdown to Christmas Ladybird Picture Books by Joan Stimson
  

Worried Arthur: Countdown to Christmas Ladybird Picture Books

Written by Joan Stimson
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Synopsis

Worried Arthur: Countdown to Christmas Ladybird Picture Books by Joan Stimson

Worried Arthur: Countdown to Christmas is a beautiful picture book from Ladybird. This Christmas story is perfect for sharing together with young children at Christmas time and throughout the year. Arthur is a penguin and a worrier. With Christmas only a few days away Arthur is even more worried that usual. In fact, he can't sleep at night. How will Santa find him? What if he gets lost, or stuck in the snow, or runs out of toys, or even worse, doesn't come at all? For a penguin in a pickle, there's only one thing to do - ask Dad for help! The gentle text by Joan Stimson and fantastic illustrations by Jan Lewis make this a lovely book that is perfect for sharing. For another great title in the Ladybird Worried Arthur series have a look at The Birthday Surprise .

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3 To 6

Author

Joan Stimson
More books by Joan Stimson

Publisher

Ladybird Books Ltd an imprint of Penguin Books Ltd

Publication date

4th October 2012

ISBN

9781409311966


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