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Have You Heard?

By (author) Hannah Dale
Illustrated by Hannah Dale
Format: Hardback
Publisher: words & pictures, London, United Kingdom
Published: 28th Jun 2017
Dimensions: w 248mm h 278mm d 11mm
Weight: 445g
Interest age: From 4 to 7 years
ISBN-10: 1784937479
ISBN-13: 9781784937478
Barcode No: 9781784937478
Synopsis
Have you heard? There's a fox on the prowl with a terrible growl! But is Mr Fox really as scary as all the other animals think?In this beautifully illustrated picture book we discover that you shouldn't always believe everything you hear and that, sometimes, gossip can get out of hand! With rhythmic text building and repeating on each spread, this is a story to read aloud with young children, complete with voices and actions.

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'Hannah's paintings are just so beautiful... The story builds to a rather satisfying crescendo, and then a neat twist of an ending that made us smile... Pitch perfect rhymes throughout... This is the sort of book I'd always flock to when I was a little one, a lovely animal story with quite a cool twist or two...best bit: The warm snuggly cuddly ending.' * Read it Daddy * 'Hannah Dale's beautiful and realistic watercolour paintings capture so well the growing alarm that seizes the animals until all is finally revealed...in a glorious culmination that will melt your heart... A captivating read aloud treat.' * Red Reading Hub * 'If ever a book could be judged by its cover this is it...glorious watercolour and wash... Rhyme, movement and earthy colours add to the sense of fun for the reader' * Irish Examiner * 'This beautifully illustrated picture book has a surprise at the end which will delight young readers. A wonderfully rhythmic text has the repetition that children love and it is a fabulous read-aloud, giving the opportunity to bring in plenty of voices and actions.' * Parents in Touch *