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Toddle Waddle

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Toddle Waddle

Regular Price: S$17.90

Special Price: S$16.00

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Item Code: Bk00027


Hurry scurry, flip flop, toddle waddle.

There's a hullabaloo at the seaside when a toddler takes his friends on a stroll to the end of the pier.

With jaunty rhymes and bright, bold pictures even the youngest child will love this simple, playful story. Follow-my-leader has never been so much fun!

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Toddle Waddle


Julia Donaldson
Illustrator: Nick Sharratt

This delightful book follows the journey of a baby, a duck and their friends on a stroll to the end of the pier. We hear the sound each character makes as they are introduced – the baby ‘toddles’ whilst the duck ‘waddles’, the horse ‘clip clops’ and the train ‘choo choos’.

An ideal book for sharing - babies will love imitating the sounds in the text and pointing out details in the illustrations.

This is a fun book which is beautifully illustrated by Nick Sharratt and is sure to cause lots of giggles!

Publisher: Macmillan Children's books

About the authors

Julia Donaldson is one of today's most popular writers. Her bestselling titles includeThe GruffaloThe Gruffalo's Child and Room on the Broom. Although she is best-known for her picture books, Julia also writes longer novels, plays and songs. She lives in Glasgow and spends a lot of time on stage performing her brilliant sell-out singalong shows!

  • Nick Sharratt

Nick liked drawing from an early age. 'When I was nine,' he says, 'a picture that I'd drawn at school was pinned up in the hall, and the husband of one of the teachers saw it and offered me five pounds to do a similar picture for him. That's when I decided I was going to be a professional artist one day! I nearly always drew in felt tip pens then, and I liked drawing big crowd scenes. I'd start in the bottom left-hand corner of the paper and just let the picture grow, telling myself stories about each of the characters in turn as I drew them.'


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