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I love this book, just as much as The Lion Inside and The Koala who could, which I also bought for my Granddaughters aged 4 & 6. They are beautifully illustrated, with really interesting rhymes (which I apparently read in my rhyming voice!). Apart from the main characters, there are also cute "extras", like the silhouetted creatures walking across a fallen log and rabbits on a tree stump. Another excellent book with a moral in the tale.
Lovely book about the importance of sharing. Jim Field's illustrations are beautiful and humorous. And Rachel Bright's prose is easy to read - the rhythm and rhyme flows easily. As with her other books - The Koala Who Could and The Lion Inside - this story has a lesson for life. My 2 year old enjoys this story and I don't mind reading it repeatedly.
Yet another fabulous story from Rachel Bright with absolutely stunning illustration from Jim Field. We have the Lion inside and the Koala who could so couldn't wait for this book to be released. So pleased and it's one of our favourites.
The delivery was quick, but I was quite disappointed with the storyline of this book. I had bought it for my 4 year old granddaughter but I felt the wording went 'over her head". By that I mean it was not your everyday language. Pictures were very good though.
We love books with a message, modern Aesop's Fables, this book doesn't disappoint. It is our first Rachel Bright book but we've already ordered two more! The illustrations are great and the story is great. Well loved here by ages 2, 5 & 7 (and mum and dad too!)
I bought this book for my 5 year old daughter, this is the first story by Rachel Bright that we have read and certainly won't be the last. The story is easy to read and rhymes nicely, whilst remaining amusing and also covering the importance of sharing. The book is beautifully illustrated throughout and me and my daughter have thoroughly enjoyed reading it time and time again.
A great story about the importance of sharing. It loses stars because of the adult level vocabulary. Grown ups are going to spend half the time explaining the text, no small child is for example going to know what dismay, bounty or teeter means.