Pocoyo and the Toppling Tower by Red Fox
  

Synopsis

Pocoyo and the Toppling Tower by Red Fox

Pocoyo, Pato and Elly are building a tower and they're all taking turns to add a block to the top. They want to make their tower really, really tall, but someone keeps making it topple over ...Lift the flaps to find out who. Poor Elly has caught a cold and she keeps sneezing! Pato is getting a little bit cross, but together the friends can all help to re-build the tower. And Elly can have a good rest in bed until she feels a bit better!

About the Author

Darcey Bussell is Britain's best-loved ballerina. She first received wide recognition when she became the youngest Principal in The Royal Ballet at the age of twenty and now is one of the most famous dancers in the world. Darcey has danced scores of leading roles in both classical and contemporary ballet, including title roles in Manon and Romeo and Juliet, Odette/Odile in Swan Lake and the Sugar Plum Fairy in The Nutcracker. Many parts have also been written especially for her. In 1990 she was voted Dancer of the Year by readers of Dance & Dancers magazine and in 1991 she received the Evening Standard Ballet Award. A full-length portrait of her hangs in the National Portrait Gallery, and in 1995 Darcey was awarded an OBE.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
24 pages
Interest Age: from 0 to 5

Author

Red Fox
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Publisher

Publication date

4th May 2006

ISBN

9781862301511


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