Enter the aproarious world of Audrey Wood: The Nappig House: In a cozy bed in the napping house, a snoring granny, a dreaming child, and a dozing dog sleep peacefully until a wakeful flea causes quite a commotion in a musical version of this ...
musical version of this hilarious rhyme!
King Bidgood's in the Bathtub: When the king and his court spend an entire day in the bathtub, it's up to the clever page to get to the bottom of this rollicking, royal mess without letting the kingdom go down the drain!
Moonflute: The moon leads a sleepless girl on a magical journey through the night to help her find sleep.
Heekedy Peg: A nasty old witch turns seven children, named after the days of the week, into a grand feast. Only their mother can save them, if she can figure out which dish is which child.
Elbert's Bad Word: Poor Elbert! He's caught an irresistible bad word that won't leave him alone.
In a cozy bed in the napping house everyone is sleeping peacefully, until . . . This hilarious rhyme is the perfect lead-off for this fanciful and uproarious collection of five award-winning picture book favorites by Audrey Wood. Included are Moonflute, King Bidgood's in the Bathtub, The Napping House, Heckedy Peg, and Elbert's Bad Word.
This is an amazing picture book. The is only one sentence in two pages, but the sentences are loger and longer page by page. However, they are all in the same sentence structure. The pictures are very cool, because the colors are warm and becauseThis is an amazing picture book. The is only one sentence in two pages, but the sentences are loger and longer page by page. However, they are all in the same sentence structure. The pictures are very cool, because the colors are warm and because the colors are part of the story-teller. When you read page by page, you will find the change of the colors following the story line. An easy story and beautiful pictures for everybody!...Continua Nascondi