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Room on the Broom Push-Pull-Slide (Board book)

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By Julia Donaldson, Axel Scheffler (Illustrator)
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Description


This sturdy board book with fun push-and-pull tabs introduces the beloved characters from Room on the Broom to the very youngest readers and is fun family read-aloud, perfect for the changing seasons and a great way to celebrate Halloween!

Little ones will love pulling out the sliders and pushing up the tabs in this interactive book that follows the witch, her cat, and their friends on a smile-filled broom ride.

About the Author


Julia Donaldson is one of today's best-loved children's authors. She was the UK Children's Laureate 2011–2013 and has written more than 100 books for children, including the international bestsellers The Gruffalo and Room on the Broom. Her books have received numerous awards, including the Red House Children's Book Award and the Blue Peter Award. She lives in Sussex, England, with her husband.

Axel Scheffler was born in Hamburg, West Germany, and moved to England when he was 25 years old. After graduating from the Bath Academy of Art, he launched his illustrator career, and has achieved worldwide acclaim for his lively and engaging children's book illustrations. His paintings for The Gruffalo were called "funny" and "downright lovable" (Kirkus). He travels extensively and currently makes his home in England.


Product Details
ISBN: 9780593110409
ISBN-10: 0593110404
Publisher: Dial Books
Publication Date: August 25th, 2020
Pages: 8

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