Bubble and squeak childrens book

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The Battle of Bubble and Squeak : Philippa Pearce :

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Bubble and Squeak

Sid, Peggy and Amy adore the two gerbils, Bubble and Squeak, but their mother detests them. A major family battle results, and it's clear life is never going to be quite the same again. But after a near fatal encounter between Bubble and Ginger the cat, Mrs Sparrow begins to see that life with a pair of gerbils might not be so bad after all. Her most famous work is the time slip fantasy novel Tom's Midnight Garden, which won the Carnegie Medal from the Library Association, as the year's outstanding children's book by a British subject. Pearce was four further times a commended runner-up for the Medal. Stories, ideas and giveaways to help you spark young imaginations.

You currently have JavaScript disabled in your web browser, please enable JavaScript to view our website as intended. Here are the instructions of how to enable JavaScript in your browser. Publisher: Orchard Books. Beautiful Bubble is the star of the circus. Unknown to Bubble, a little mouse has been watching her from afar in awe of her amazing act. Bold colours, beautiful scenes and a gentle tale of unexpected friendship will make this an instant family favourite. Bubble and Squeak will be in high demand for repeat performances every night of the week.

Preview Book. Review this Book. Each is written as a mini-play, with two characters and two distinct voices, one for a new or reluctant reader, the other for an adult or a more advanced child. The first two stories can each be read in one sitting, but the third and fourth introduce small chapters which end on cliff-hangers to keep children engaged. As children grow confident, they often ask to read a story again, switching roles to play the more challenging part.

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