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There's a Lion in My Cornflakes Paperback – 3 Jul 2014
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About the Author
Before she started writing funny stories for children, Michelle Robinson wrote copy and devised websites for some of the world's biggest brands. Michelle is the author of How To Wash a Woolly Mammoth (Simon & Schuster). She lives in Somerset with her husband and young son. This is her first picture book for Bloomsbury.
Jim Field is a hugely talented illustrator. His first picture book Cats Ahoy! written by Peter Bently won the Booktrust Roald Dahl Funny Prize in 2011 and was nominated for the Kate Greenaway award. This is his first picture book for Bloombury. Jim lives in London.
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Top Customer Reviews
This story had my nephew laughing out loud and my daughter also loved it. It will have special appeal to any child who enjoys collecting free gifts from all the various crisp packet/cereal offers, but all children will get the joke. Great fun.
Lions, and tigers, and bears! (really!) Also, gorillas, crocodiles, exasperated parents and two very, very, determined little boys…
This story is a little nuts. Consumption of this picture book has recorded incidences of spontaneous giggling. TESTED ON NEICES for your peace of mind.
Each reading of ‘There’s a Lion in My Cornflakes’ provides 78% of your child’s Guidline Daily Amount (GDA) of reading. We recommend supplementing with the small print Terms and Conditions on cereal boxes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My two and four year old love this book (although they don't really understand the concept of getting stuff free with cereal generally- is that still a thing?)Published 19 days ago by Rebecca S
Bought for my 3 grandchildren age 4-3-1 all love this very funny bookPublished 1 month ago by Ann H.
My 3 year old boy loves this book before bed and i love reading it to him I would definitely recommend.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer