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Written by Tegen (Senior Editor) Evans
Illustrated by Paula BowlesWrite A Review
A sweet and funny picture book about friendship - perfect for Pancake Day. Pancake recipe included! It's finally the day of Rabbit's pancake picnic! She's going to make the pancakes all by herself . . . but she can't find her recipe book. Bother! Rabbit decides to try to remember the recipe and adds syrup, strawberries, apples, and lots of other ingredients to the mixture. Her friends try to help, but Rabbit is desperate to make the pancakes on her own. Even when the mixture turns lumpy, sticky and looks, well . . . strange. Is Rabbit's pancake picnic ruined? Perhaps she just needs to accept some help from her kind friends! This beautifully illustrated picture book with its cast of adorable woodland animals combines all the fun of Pancake Day with important messages about knowing when to ask for help and the fun of working together. Children will love the fun counting element, joining in with the repeated phrases, and then making their very own pancakes using the recipe at the end of the book. Every Nosy Crow paperback picture book comes with a free 'Stories Aloud' audio recording - just scan the QR code and listen along!
|Publication date:||13th January 2022|
|Author:||Tegen (Senior Editor) Evans|
|Publisher:||Nosy Crow Ltd|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
Tegen Evans (Author) Tegen Evans (sometimes known as Goldie Hawk) is a children's book writer and editor based in London. She spent much of her childhood running wild on Wimbledon Common or with her nose in a book. These days, she spends her time researching and writing about all kinds of topics - historical houses, nature, Greek myths, pumpkin hunts, alpine adventures and more. Paula Bowles (Illustrator) Paula grew up in Hertfordshire with a house full of animals. She has always loved drawing, reading and playing in her imagination, so she studied illustration at Falmouth College of Arts and became ...More About Tegen (Senior Editor) Evans
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