Twinkle Tots Molly's in the Garden by
  

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Twinkle Tots Molly's in the Garden by

Molly and Max are playing in the garden when Molly spots a sparkly butterfly. She gives chase and runs back to Max with it cupped in her hands, declaring that she's going to wear it in her hair. Max disapproves and after a little paddy from Molly, persuades her to let it go free. With its naively crafted, decorative artwork and a splash of glitter on every page, Twinkle Tots is a fabulous fresh and funky brand for this age group and will appeal to yummy mummies and their children everywhere! With scenarios to which any young child can relate, these books are gentle, fun and tactile. OTHER TITLES IN THE SERIES: Twinkle Tots: Molly in the Garden - Molly and Max are playing in the garden when Molly spots a sparkly butterfly. She gives chase and runs back to Max with it cupped in her hands, declaring that she's going to wear it in her hair. Max disapproves and after a little paddy from Molly, persuades her to let it go free.

About the Author

Kate and Liz Pope, who illustrate the series, are identical twins. Sometimes they work on the same piece of artwork at the same time! They have illustrated two picture books, for Chicken House, Wanda's First Day and Mermaid Dreams. They live in Derbyshire.

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Format

Paperback
16 pages
Interest Age: from 0 to 5

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Publisher

Red Fox an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

1st March 2007

ISBN

9781862303140


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