The Busy Busy Day by Claire Freedman, Daniel Howarth


The Busy Busy Day by Claire Freedman, Daniel Howarth

It's springtime. Ginger and Floppy decide to spend a busy day in the garden. They put on their gloves and boots and rush outside - they can't wait to get started. But things don't go quite as Ginger and Floppy had planned.

About the Author

Claire Freedman lives by the coast in Essex. She is the author of a number of books with Little Tiger Press including Dilly Duckling and Oops-A-Daisy! Daniel Howarth lives in Exeter with his wife and two children. He has also illustrated What Are You Doing In My Bed? and Who's Been Eating My Porridge? for Little Tiger Press.

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32 pages
Interest Age: 2-5


Claire Freedman, Daniel Howarth
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Publication date

5th July 2004



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