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Charlie Cook's Favourite BookCharlie Cook is reading a book about a pirate captain, who is reading a book about Goldilocks, who is reading about a knight, who is reading about a frog From kings and queens to aliens and ghosts, there s something for everyone in Charlie s amazing book of adventure Charlie Cook s Favourite Book is both entertaining and original a sure fire winner from the unparalleled picture book partnership of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler, creators of The Gruffalo This edition features the classic story with a stunning, redesigned cover and beautiful finish, making it a must have addition to the bookshelves of all Donaldson and Scheffler fans big and small Also available with redesigned covers are The Gruffalo, The Gruffalo s Child, Room on the Broom, The Snail and the Whale, The Smartest Giant in Town, Monkey Puzzle and A Squash and a Squeeze. Download Charlie Cook's Favourite Book by Julia Donaldson – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  • Audio CD
  • Charlie Cook's Favourite Book
  • Julia Donaldson
  • 04 June 2017
  • 9781509812486

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  1. My grandsons 6 and 3 love Julia Donaldson books We have most of them This one lacks climax and sustained excitement It seems a contrived way of promoting the value of books and reading but for us it missed out.

  2. This book is brilliant I love all of Julia Donaldon Axel Schaeffler s books, but we ve read this one a few times since we got it and it goes one step further in that the whole book is a an infinitely recursive moebius strip of nested reference, ending with the boy at the beginning of the book contained with a book he was reading You have to read it to understand what I mean.Taken at face value it s a fun little story which plays with the notion of the story, breaking the 4th wall, similar to the last page of Tiddler The rhythm and wording are perfect, as usual, and the kids get into the cadence of the story if you read it in the metre that it s written.However, once the story is over, it gives you the chance to talk to your kids about how the boy ended up in the book And flicking back to the start to show the same boy, it s funny to watch their brows furrow as they try to work out how it s possibleThe images in the book are as excellent as all of ...

  3. It s ok, reads well but it s not JD s best book Partly I think the concept a book within a book, within a book etc goes over our kids head so it s not quite as engaging there s also no real story as such.Lovely artwork as always though.

  4. Another lovely read from Julia Donaldson This only arrived today and I know it will become a firm favourite in our house Not only does it celebrate and encourage reading, my son absolutely loved the way rhyme was used throughout the book As always with Axel Scheffler the illustrations are fantas...

  5. We found this not to be one of Julia Donaldson s best It s a bit disjointed and the storyline tenuous at best The illustrations are bright and eye catching but overall not a great hit in our family.

  6. Son is 16 months old and loves this book Have to read it over and over Its a pretty fun read as an adult and as would be expected, beautifully illustrated 3 and 6 year old niece and nephew also love it Cracking book, well worth adding to any collection.

  7. I did like it, pretty good references to other stories, and the pictures were easy to reference with other stories The story itself could be quite confusing for 5 s or under because there isn t one theme and it spans multiple plots, but enjoyable all the same.

  8. Yet another Donaldson Scheffler winning collaboration.I read this with a four year old boy and his 8 year old sister and they quite liked it the first time through Then we read it again and their enthusiasm grew and it s kept on growing.There s something irresistible about the rhythm of these books and each one has a twist to it that makes it different ...