Stormy Day / Snowy Day by Anna Cunningham


Stormy Day / Snowy Day by Anna Cunningham

Mum and daughter are off to the shops but the stormy weather makes it very hard work! In the second adventure there's lots of fun to be had when the snow falls. Talk a story tells two stories entirely in pictures and encourages children to talk through the story sequence. A prefect resource for children of all ages and any language.

About the Author

Anna Cunningham is a writer, director and tv producer. She lives in Bath with her two children, 3 cats, 8 guinea pigs, 4 fish and a hamster. Her favourite books when she was a kid were Ballet Shoes and Comet in Moominland.

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16 pages


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Publication date

11th October 2012



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