Who is It?

Who is It?

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'Someone's eating Mr Bear's porridge. Someone's going into Grandma's cottage. Someone's climbing up a great big beanstalk. WHO IS IT?' With each page in this bright and bold picture book you have a chance to guess exactly who the mystery fairy-tale's character is, as they are half-hidden and then revealed on the following page: whether it be Goldilocks, Little Red Riding Hood or Jack - and others! All children familiar with classic fairy tales will love to have a go at guessing who is hiding from them in each fairy tale. A perfect reminder and introduction to fairy tale fun!
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Product details

  • Paperback | 32 pages
  • 237 x 300 x 3mm | 200g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • illustrations, (some colour )
  • 0747550638
  • 9780747550631
  • 1,615,858

About Rosalind Beardshaw

Rosalind Beardshaw has illustrated two other picture books for Bloomsbury, 'Fran's Flower' and 'Who is It?', and this is the first time she has created the story as well as the pictures. 'Fran's Flower', her first picture book for Bloomsbury, has been short-listed for The Sheffield Children's Book Award 2000. Rosalind lives in York. Sally Grindley lives in Cheltenham. She has been involved with children's books nearly all her working life, first as editor of the children's book club Books for Children and for almost as long as a children's author. This is Sally's sixth novel for Bloomsbury. Spilled Water won a Smarties Gold Medal as well as other regional awards such as the Lincolnshire Young People's Award.
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35 ratings
3.02 out of 5 stars
5 9% (3)
4 26% (9)
3 37% (13)
2 17% (6)
1 11% (4)
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