The Girls' Rainy Day Book by Ellen Bailey


The Girls' Rainy Day Book by Ellen Bailey

Let the sun shine every day with this brilliant book of fun things to make and do. Packed with puzzle challenges, cool quizzes, great games, and amazing things to make, all perfectly designed to entertain any girl when it's too wet to play outside. Girls can make desert island desserts, compete in the Cheshire Cat Game, complete the Hawaiian luau puzzles, work out their social style and much more.

About the Author

Ellen grew up in Cambridge and spent her childhood making up games, putting on plays, and writing a magazine for all the children living in her street. After studying English Literature she worked as a children's book editor for a few years before moving into the charity sector. She lives with her husband and baby daughter, and is the author of a variety of bestselling activity books and annuals.

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64 pages
Interest Age: From 6


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Publication date

5th May 2011



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