Who Took Poppy's Skates? by Caroline Edwards
  

Synopsis

Who Took Poppy's Skates? by Caroline Edwards

Poppy the Pond skater is always losing her things, relying on others to help her find them. This time Poppy has lost her most important possession, her skates, and now she can't travel across the water. Her sobs are heard by Bungle the bee who flies down to the lake to investigate what the problem can be. He helps to gather their friends to help Poppy in her plight. Who Took Poppy's Skates? is illustrated by the author. It has a colourful collection of characters, such as Simon Spider and Mike Millipede. Pre-school children will love the rhyming prose of the book, and enjoy following the mini-beast gang in their search to find Poppy's Skates.

About the Author

Caroline Edwards is a primary school teacher. She has two sons and lives in Suffolk.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
24 pages

Author

Caroline Edwards
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Publisher


www.troubador.co.uk

Publication date

2nd August 2010

ISBN

9781848763920


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