Will You Forgive Me?

Will You Forgive Me?

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True friends will always forgive - even when you accidentally hit them on the head! When Figgy's boisterous brothers start playing with her friend Jefferson Bear's favourite tickling stick, Figgy tells them to stop. But they don't and Figgy finds herself drawn into their game - until she accidentally hits JB on the head. The brothers run off and hide the stick, but Figgy is too embarrassed to tell JB what has happened. Her nose goes all pink and her tail goes all twitchy, and she sets off to find where the stick is hidden. Only when she has found it, after a long, incident-filled search, does she own up. JB forgives her everything, and the two friends celebrate with a midnight feast. This very funny story is perfectly pitched for a young audience, who will readily identify with Figgy's predicament. The cast of animal characters, including Buncle the Badger and Hoptail the Squirrel, as well as Figgy and JB themselves, will delight all readers, young and old.
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Product details

  • 0-5
  • Paperback | 30 pages
  • 210 x 238 x 10mm | 181.44g
  • Kingfisher Books Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • New edition
  • New edition
  • colour and b&w illustrations
  • 0753407264
  • 9780753407264
  • 2,247,692

About Sally Grindley

Sally Grindley is the author of many best-selling titles including Why is the Sky Blue? (Andersen) and I Don't Want To (Methuen). Shhh! won the Children's Book Award and was shortlisted for the Smarties Book Prize - as was Peter's Place (both Andersen). Her most recent Kingfisher title, The Giant Postman, was published as part of the I Am Reading series. An accomplished anthologist, she has compiled four Stories for the Very Young collections for Kingfisher, as well as The Kingfisher Book of Magical Tales. She lives in Gloucestershire with her three sons. Penny Dann's reputation as an illustrator has grown steadily since graduating from the Brighton School of Art and Design. She has over thirty successful children's titles to her name including: The Secret Fairy Handbook (Orchard), Stories for Bedtime (Orchard), How Green Are You? (Frances Lincoln) and Read Me a Story, Please (Orion), a story collection chosen by Wendy Cooling. Penny Dann lives in Brighton.
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17 ratings
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4 29% (5)
3 35% (6)
2 24% (4)
1 0% (0)
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