The Little Rabbit Who Liked to Say Moo by Jonathan Allen


The Little Rabbit Who Liked to Say Moo by Jonathan Allen

Early readers can make their favourite farmyard noises along with the animals in this delightfully illustrated picture book, with a surprise ending and plenty of onomatopoeic fun.


This book is a brilliant demonstration of how, in the right hands, a simple dialogue and vocabulary, and a patterned predictable text can be combined to tell a REAL story of wit and humour. Absolutely guaranteed to raise chuckles of delight, not too mention moos, baas, oinks and more from readers and listeners alike. Books for Keeps

About the Author

Jonathan Allen

Jonathan Allen is well known throughout the world for his unique picture book talents. Baby Owl’s first adventure, I’m Not Cute, was an international bestseller with the series reaching over one million copies. Jonathan has two young children, plays bass guitar and lives in a quiet village in South Cambridgeshire with his wife, Gill, also an accomplished artist.

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32 pages
Interest Age: From 2 To 5


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Publication date

6th July 2008



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