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Written by Malachy Doyle
Illustrated by Denise Hughes
Part of the Bloomsbury Young Readers SeriesWrite A Review
A charming story with a woodland setting, ideal for children practising their reading at home or in school. Dusty the fox cub can't wait for her very first spring; Dad has told her there will be a big party. All Dusty has to do is find 101 daffodils to prove it really is spring. That is a lot of flowers! Will Dusty and her friends be able to find them all? This heart-warming tale from Irish author Malachy Doyle is perfect for Key Stage 1 (KS1) children who are learning to read by themselves. It features engaging illustrations from Denise Hughes and explores the themes of seasons and plant life cycles. Bloomsbury Young Readers are the perfect way to get children reading, with book-banded stories by brilliant authors like Julia Donaldson. With gorgeous colour illustrations and inside cover notes to help children get the most out of stories, this series is ideal for home and school. Guided reading notes written by the Centre for Literacy in Primary Education (CLPE) are available at bloomsburyguidedreading.com. 'Every child needs a Bloomsbury Young Reader. Fun, stretching, just the right length, full of adventurous vocabulary and punctuation.' (Julie-Ann McCulloch, Teacher) Book Band: Lime. Ideal for ages 6+.
|Publication date:||8th July 2021|
|Publisher:||Bloomsbury Education an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
Malachy Doyle lives in Ireland on a tiny island off the coast of Donegal, with his wife, cats, dogs, hens and ducks. Malachy has written over a hundred books and is the best-selling author of The Hound of Ulster and Rama and Sita: The Story of Diwali. Denise Hughes studied Fine Art at Winchester School of Art. She is happiest when creating a new, fun character and can often be overheard giggling whilst drawing (or so her studio colleagues tell her!).More About Malachy Doyle
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