A storm is raging outside and Percy, the park keeper, is having a sleepless night. When he gets up the following morning, Percy finds that the old oak tree has been blown down. It is a disaster for his animal friends who live there, but Percy is soon devising a plan to help his little friends find new homes.
• This big book, with a fold-out poster, is by the bestselling author / illustrator, Nick Butterworth.
• It is ideal for use within the National Literacy Hour with Key Stage 1 pupils.
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A storm is raging through the park causing Percy, the park keeper, to have a sleepless night worrying about the damage being done to his beloved park. When he gets up the next morning he finds the old oak tree has been blown down. This is a disaster for all his animal friends who used the tree as their home. Fortunately, Percy is on hand to help find them a new place to live.
The simple text and expressive illustrations perfectly combine to create a picture storybook that is ideal for reading aloud to young children. The poster-sized gatefold at the end is an added surprise and is a superb example of Nick Butterworth's skills as an illustrator. (Ages 2 to 6)Review:
“…look no further for the best present for any child from two to six.”
Susan Hill in the Suday Times
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