Don't Forget the Fish by Viv Sayer
  

Synopsis

Don't Forget the Fish by Viv Sayer

This title contains two stories featuring characters from the Cadi series.Thomas wants to make a special seed cake for Dad's birthday party. Mum wants to make sure there are enough sandwiches. They set out on a shopping trip to buy the ingredients. Cadi the cat goes too - just to make sure they don't forget what she wants. They stop at the bakery for bread, then at Gran's house for eggs. Thomas is anxious about the seeds for the cake. Gran is an enthusiastic gardener and gives him the seeds he asks for, but they are more suitable for planting than baking! Everything turns out happily in the end: Mum finds the right ingredients, Dad has a lovely party and even Cadi gets her favourite food.

About the Author

Viv Sayer lives in Carmarthen, west Wales and is an experienced teacher, lecturer and author. Suzanne Carpenter lives in Newport, South Wales and her bold and colourful illustrations are full of humour.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
12 pages
Interest Age: 3-7

Author

Viv Sayer
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Publisher

Pont Books an imprint of Gomer Press

Publication date

15th January 2009

ISBN

9781843239505


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