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The Kiss That Missed Paperback – 6 Jan 2011
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Utterly endearing (BBC Parenting)
Brightly attractive drawing and colouring that are an irresistible invitation to enjoy The Kiss that Missed (School Librarian)
A lovely book and sure to become a favourite (Early Years Educator)
Full of humour and lovingly illustrated -- altogether delightful (The Good Book Guide)
Truly sumptuous drawings ... Even older children will enjoy this (The Daily Telegraph)
An absolute delight to read aloud -- a perfect bedtime story (The Parents Guide)
Perfect for building new readers' confidence -- and wonderful to share (Primary Times)
An enchanting book (Sunday Express)
An original and charismatic tale ... The illustrations couldn't be better (PTA Magazine)
The perfect end-of-school or bedtime story that sparkles with humour (Junior Education)
A picture book classic filled with humour, charm and a dragon!See all Product description
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As the kiss heads out the window, the King's knight is sent to track it down through the dark woods encountering all sorts of beasties and a very big and hungry dragon.
Fortunately, the goodnight kiss sends the creatures to sleep, but when it goes up the nose of the dragon it has a rather unexpected result!
Simply wonderful, the illustrations captivate and the way sentences are left hanging over the turn of a page to introduce a pause before a surprise is brilliant.
The humour was spot on for my four year old daughter and it still remains fun depsite re-readings. The audio version (read superbly with great sound effects) remained in the car stereo for some weeks.
Suitable for at least three year's old and upwards.
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"Hiccup. The Viking who was Seasick" by Cressida Cowell
"Spider!" by Bronze Smarties Book Award winner Lydia Monks
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We read this as a bedtime story to our older child, who now enjoys reading it to her younger sister!
This story would also provide a gentle goodnight story for any young children.
All in all we loved it.
Personally I could read it over and over - so it's a good thing my children like it too!
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