Boom Baby Boom Boom by Margaret Mahy
  

Synopsis

Boom Baby Boom Boom by Margaret Mahy

When Mama tells Baby that she' s made a lovely lunch for him, she doesn' t know that the animals are listening at the window. And they are much hungrier than Baby. While Mama bangs on her drums - boom-biddy-boom-biddy-boom-boom-boom - the yellow cat, the brown dog, the red rooster, the black-faced sheep and the brown-and-white cow each eats a titbit thrown on the floor by Baby. Good Baby gets a banana for pudding and, this time, he eats it all up. Boom-biddy-boom-biddy-yum-yum-yum!

Reviews

Children will love joining in the story as the animals enter one by one to gobble up the baby's lunch.

Full on onomatopoeia, that children will love to join in with

-aloud-and-join-in story.

An amusing picture book for younger readers, ideal to read aloud or for children to read by themselves, as the words have a lovely rhythm and cadence. The full

Children will love joining in the story as the animals enter one by one to gobble up the baby

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About the Author

Margaret Mahy

New Zealander Margaret Mahy, who sadly died in early 2012,was the first writer from outside the UK to win the prestigious Carnegie Medal. Mahy's genius with language has been demonstrated over and over again in a prolific list of titles from early picture books through to challenging teenage fiction.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 2

Author

Margaret Mahy
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Publisher

Frances Lincoln Childrens Books an imprint of Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd

Publication date

5th March 2015

ISBN

9781847806062


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