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All Change! Paperback – 6 Nov 2008

4.7 out of 5 stars 21 customer reviews

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Product details

  • Paperback: 32 pages
  • Age Range: 6 - 11 years
  • Publisher: Hodder Children's Books (6 Nov. 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0340981229
  • ISBN-13: 978-0340981221
  • Product Dimensions: 26.7 x 0.5 x 26.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 190,564 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Wonderfully rhythmic ... vividly illustrated ... joyfully infectious (The Guardian)

A delightful, romping riot of a book (Practical Parenting)

Comical full-length illustrations grace every page. An excellent and most useful complement for a them on transportation (Early Years Educator)

A great book to read aloud and the gentle ending where all the friends jump into their bed, after first brushing their teeth of course, makes a great bedtime read. (Families West, July/August 2001)

An extremely enjoyable book with many opportunities for audience participation. (Parents' Guide - July)

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Miss Lollipop is a great new character who has the potential for lots more adventures . . . Both children and adults will enjoy the humour in the illustrations as well as the text.

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Book Description

Illustrated by the creator of Hugless Douglas, a wacky adventure about Tiger, Miss Lollipop and a hoard of animals who cram into cars, boats and trains and go on an epic journey!

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My 2 and a half-year-old adores this book. It's his job to call out "All Change" at the turn of each page, to guess the next landing site, to make the sounds of the various transports, to pat the crying tiger, to brush his teeth and to climb into bed. What more can you ask from a book!
The story is in rhyme and the pictures are full of happiness. I can't help smiling back at all the animals on their adventure and wonder how on earth can they make the tiger look so happy!!
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As an adult this book did not jump out of the library at me, but my almost two year old picked it up and is totally obsessed and has been for weeks. He loves the faces on the animal characters, and each animal is clearly identifiable as tiger, goat etc.
The call of "All change" is great fun with each page change and I certainly recommend this book for younger children as a lot of fun.
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By Mrs. K. A. Wheatley TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 9 Jun. 2009
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It is a truth universally acknowledged that small boys like to be read stories about vehicles. It is also true that many of these stories are reasonably dull for the adult in charge of reading them, and are just an excuse by the publisher to use a lot of stock footage of diggers and not a lot of imagination when it comes to writing about them.

This book by the author of Harry and the Dinosaurs Ian Whybrow, is an exception to the rule.

Tiger is sad because it is his birthday and frankly it has been a bit of a bust. Miss Lollipop decides to cheer him up by taking him on an adventure. They hop through different modes of transport on every page, picking up their animal friends on the way and ending in a giant birthday party for tiger, who by now has cheered up, which is no surprise.

The story rhymes and has a lovely, pacy rhythm along with the refrain of 'All Change!', which my son likes to shout at ear bleeding decibels. The illustrations by David Melling are clear and bright with just the right touches of humour. Tiger gets more and more jolly as each page progresses until he practically explodes.

There is also drama to add a lovely twist, when they accidentally hop into a whale's belly and have to get ejected through his spout, and of course, the wonderful party at the end.

This is fun to read, fun to look at and a great hit with small boys in need of their transport fix and parents who need a change from the utter dullness of Thomas the Tank Engine or Bob the Builder.
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We already had the Flying Diggers book so my son pointed out the others in the series on the back cover. We purchased this and Jump In - they're special books. My son is 3 and he loves bedtime books - in 10 days he knows all the words for both books. They're surprisingly educational because they're written in imaginative rhyme which he can grasp fast. And for a parent reading, they're delightful time and time again. Brilliant.
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It has become a daily request from our son, now 3 years old, he likes to predict the next page and what vehicle he will see there, the rhymes in the book make that a lot of fun. We like scanning the pictures on the last double page in the end, where he can find all of the toys and animals again and name them. Excellent fun for boys!
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This book came recommended for my 20 month old and I can see why.
There are planes, trains and automobiles, an assortment of animals and all brightly coloured. What more could a toddler want? This is a great fun book to read with the little one.
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My son loves this book and we read it so much he began to know it off by heart. He's train-obsessed so this story really appealed to him. Its very creatively illustrated and fun to read for parents too.
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Bought for my three year old boy after he kept choosing it as a library book. He like to shout all change and has memorised it so reads it to me. Very nice little book.
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