Poppa Bombola can't find his daughter! He searches the yard, and the pond and the sty, he searches the cowshed and starts to cry, 'oh, where's my darling daughter?' Luckily the farmyard animals are on hand to help and Poppa Bombola's daughter is nearer than he thinks . . .
Poppa Bombola is searching high and low for his little girl. Is she by the duck pond? Is she in the cowshed? Could she even be in the chicken coop? While Poppa Bombola is in a frantic flap, someone very dear (and very near) to him is enjoying a fun-filled farmyard ride in this lovely rhyming story!
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Small people will chuckle * Daily Express * A stunning book that deserves to be a classic * The Guardian Children's Supplement * Rhymes, rhythms and mischievous pictures all add to this simple yet hugely entertaining story with a predictably happy ending * The Northern Echo *
About Mij Kelly
Mij Kelly was born in Scotland but spent her early childhood in India. She studied English at York University, Publishing Studies at Stirling University and has had lots of different jobs from cleaning and lexicography, to collecting oral histories, and journalism. For the past few years, she's enjoyed staying at home and making up stories. Mij lives in York with her son Frankie, dog Otis and boyfriend Dan. Katharine McEwen graduated from Kingston University with a first class honours degree in illustration in 1996. Since then she has been regularly illustrating children's books. She regularly partakes in children's illustration talks and workshops and finds the interaction with the children a great source of inspiration to her work. Katharine lives with her husband in Tonbridge, Kent and commutes to Clerkenwell, London where she has shared a studio for the past 6 years. iThe Man Who Wore All His Clothesr, illustrated by Katherine McEwen, won the Children's Book Award, 2001.
Quack Quack Moo, We See You! by Mij Kelly
Used - Very Good
Oxford University Press
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