Alfie has been invited to his best friend Bernard's tea party. He's very excited about the games and nice things to eat, but he's not sure about going on his own. So he takes his special blanket, just in case. At the party, Alfie soon makes a new friend and finds a way to be helpful, but it means putting down his blanket first . . .
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"There's just something so reassuring about Hughes' colourful drawings of the day-to-day activities that you know inside out . . . words and pictures merge seamlessly . . . Hughes is a magical storyteller with an instinctive understanding of the mind of the pre-schooler . . . she makes the ordinary extraordinary" ( Guardian)
"Shirley Hughes is a national treasure" (Philip Pullman)
"Hughes' perceptive eye captures the expressions and feelings of small children perfectly" ( Scotsman)
Join Alfie and his baby sister, Annie Rose, in this classic Alfie tale reissued with a dynamic, eye-catching new cover. (2003-10-17)
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Book Description RED FOX BOOKS (RAND), 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 009925607X