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The Foggy, Foggy Forest Paperback – 6 Sep 2010
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Nick Sharratt is a popular children's book artist, well known for illustrating the books of Jacqueline Wilson. He has also written and illustrated many of his own books including My Mum and Dad Make Me Laugh (9780744594997) and What's in the Witch's Kitchen? (9781406322279) as well as Eat Your Peas, which won the 2001 Children's Book Award and Pants, which won the picture book category of the 2003 Children's Book Award. Nick lives in Brighton.
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Now, our 3 year old wants to know why the little elf is all by himself (“I don’t like people!” Why not, little elf?); Goldilocks teaches him about sharing her chocolates; The three brown bears have an intricate family life behind all the picnics; Goldilocks and Snow White are shallow girls obsessed with their looks who are in the process of learning why they shouldn’t be so mean to the Ogre doing Yoga just coz he looks a little rough.
The characters interact. Goldilocks is helping the little elf understand people better.
And today they all helped our little boy with advice for how to heal his hurt leg.
Needless to say, he loves it and takes all the little conversations seriously. The only downside is that story time can take a looong time some nights. I wouldn’t have it any other way though.
A great book with so much scope for imagination.
We originally got the hardback from the library and she would not let it go back until we had our own copy. Its so simple and quick to read.
As a grown up I found the ending a bit strange, i am not sure why but it seemed a bit of a let down but Florence who's two and a half does not agree with mummy at all.
This borrowing from the library is not saving me any pennies at all. Each week we have had a must buy book on my wish list. Baby Harry likes this one too so at least I will get my monies worth. Four stars because of the paper used in the paper back.
We were not disappointed. The illustrations are fabulous and really capture the imagination. This particular book uses shadows and outlines to keep children guessing as to who and what is hiding in the forest. Some of it is quite silly and makes my daughter laugh - for example faries on trampolines and bunnies selling ice cream etc... It's written in a lovely rhyming style which keeps young children engaged with the story.
A lovely story which will entertain children from 18 months right up to 7 or 8 years.
Looks very lovely,bought it for my 5 yr old daughter who loves unusual books.. it's eye catching but I wish it was hard cover but sadly unavailable. Xmas gift so will wait and see response !
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