Freddie is desperate for a pet, so when he rescues Bessie-Belle and she offers to grant his wishes he knows just what to ask for. The only problem is that Bessie-Belle can't hear very well, and Freddie tends to mumble. Whatever can they do? Luckily the Fairy Queen is on hand to explain . . .
Illustrated by Karen George, Freddie and the Fairy is a delightful tale full of Julia Donaldson's trademark rhyme and wit, with a subtle message about hearing impairments.
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Number of pages: 32
Weight: 157 g
Dimensions: 272 x 217 x 4 mm
Edition: Illustrated edition
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“Great story with a lesson for all.”
I bought this as we love all JD books but discovered that it has a really great message. We ended up giving this to the little nieces and nephews in effort to help them as they come to grips with a special needs... More
“Great read with children”
I read this with my three-year-old nephew and both of us loved the drawings and rhyming story. The story also taught us about how not to mumble. I would reccomend it to everybody
“Lovely for younger kids”
Beautifully illustrated by Karen George, the latest book by Julia Donaldson is hugely appealing to younger children, with its simple rhymes and amusing story. The book also tries to teach children something about the... More
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