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Rosie's Hat Paperback – Illustrated, 13 Aug 2015
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One little girl, one smart hat – and a sudden gust of wind . . .
About the Author
Julia Donaldson is the outrageously talented, prize-winning author of the world's best-loved picture books. She was the UK Children’s Laureate 2011-13 and has been honoured with a CBE for Services to Literature. Her books include The Paper Dolls, the bestselling smash-hit What the Ladybird Heard and the modern classic The Gruffalo, which has sold over 13.5 million copies worldwide and has been translated into over sixty languages. Julia also writes fiction as well as poems, plays and songs and her brilliant live children's shows are always in demand. Julia and her husband Malcolm divide their time between Sussex and Edinburgh.
Anna Currey's warm, classic watercolour style has brought to life many enchanting picture books. Her other work for Macmillan includes One Ted Falls Out of Bed, also written by Julia Donaldson. Anna was born in Norfolk, grew up in Ireland and now lives near Bath with her husband.
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I was soooooo disappointed when reading through it to find that the dapper scarecrow lights up a cigar and starts a fire.
I understand that there is a moralistic viewpoint here...the scarecrow is told he should be ashamed...but does the two year old I bought it for really need to know that?
Am I being too fussy? Perhaps...but I wouldn't let a child watch a programme where a scarecrow lit up a cigar so I'm not going to let him have it as part of his story time either.
Seriously look at her other books if you've never read them; they're wonderful. Squash and a squeeze is a favourite and stick man!
No really notable best bits and over in a few minutes but might be especially good for girls 3 and under.