Julia Donaldson Board Books Pair

Perfect for lucky little people! Magical animals rule in these dazzling rhyming treats by a legendary author. The high-flying antics of Zog. The magic of Sugarlump and the Unicorn. These works of funny genius will delight you on every page. Witty rhymes, adorable pictures and cuddly characters you’ll fall headlong in love with. Now in sturdy board books that’ll delight you for years to come.

  • Rhyming classics by a top writer, in sturdy board editions
  • Charming illustrations by Axel Scheffler and Lydia Monks
  • The complete original text and artwork in a smaller format
  • Julia’s popular books include The Gruffalo and Stick Man

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  • Julia donaldson t 160

    Julia Donaldson

    Julia Donaldson is one of the UK’s best loved authors, known for brilliant picture books like The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and Stick Man. She was also the Children’s Laureate 2011-2013.

    Awards

    Julia has won many major book prizes, including the Smarties and Blue Peter Awards for The Gruffalo, the Blue Peter and Sheffield Children’s Book Prizes for Room on the Broom, the British Book Awards Children’s Book of the Year for The Gruffalo’s Child and the Red House Award for Super Worm. Julia was also the Children’s Laureate 2011-2013.

  • Awards

    Lydia Monks won the Nestle Smarties prize in 1999 for I Wish I Were a Dog, and the 2010 Royal Mail Award for What the Ladybird Heard, with Julia Donaldson.

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    Axel Scheffler

    Axel is the illustrator of The Gruffalo and many other favourite picture books.

    Awards

    Axel has won many of the major book prizes, including the Smarties and Bluue Peter Awards for The Gruffalo, the Blue Peter and Sheffield Children’s Book Prizes for Room on the Broom, the British Book Awards Children’s Book of the Year for The Gruffalo’s Child and the Red House Award for Super Worm.

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