Look Out, Ladybird! by Jack Tickle

Look Out, Ladybird!

Written by Jack Tickle
Illustrated by


Look Out, Ladybird! by Jack Tickle

A brand-new Lazy Ladybird book from best-selling author-illustrator Jack Tickle! Ladybird is learning to fly. But she isn't very good at it yet. She just keeps zig-zagging, dizzy-whizzing and wibbly-wobblying about! Will she ever learn? This hilarious book is perfect for any child who is learning new things. With gorgeous vibrant illustrations and a surprise, pull-out ending!

About the Author

Jack Tickle likes painting in acrylic because when he spills coffee and food on his pictures, he can wipe them clean again! He likes to eat gingerbread men and chocolate biscuits while he paints and he listens to loud guitar music or Radio 4. Mr Tickle lives in South West England with his family and a large biscuit barrel.

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32 pages
Interest Age: From 4 to 7 years


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Little Tiger Press an imprint of Little Tiger Press Group

Publication date

1st March 2013



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