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Class One Farmyard Fun

Julia Jarman, Lynne Chapman

7 Reviews

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Class One, Two & Three, For National Curriculum Early Years, Interest age: from c 3 years, Fiction, Picture storybooks, Humorous stories (Children's / Teenage)

This hilarious picture book about Class One on a visit to a farm follows the Stockport Schools Book Award winner Class Two at the Zoo - watch out for the bull this time!

Join Class One as they visit a farm. They see all sorts of animal antics, but they don't notice the bull, knocking the gate down and charging after them. But don't worry, Class One have a plan to contain him, armed only with a large pair of red knickers...

Class Two at the Zoo was voted Best Book of 2008 by thousands of children, and it won the Stockport Schools Book Award.

Praise for Class Two at the Zoo: 'Just the ticket for reading prior to a class trip.' - Kirkus Reviews

Read about award winning author Julia Jarman at www.juliajarman.com
Find out more about bestselling illustrator Lynne Chapman at www.lynnechapman.co.uk

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Praise for Class One Farmyard Fun

  • Praise for Class Two at the Zoo:

  • A visit to the zoo turns suddenly perilous for a rambunctious class in this bouncy cautionary tale... Just the ticket for reading prior to a class trip. - Kirkus Reviews

  • The reader is warned of the dangers of not paying attention in the best Hilaire Belloc tradition with a modern edge. An exuberant romp. Lots of fun. - School Librarian

  • A cautionary tale it bounces along, begging to be read aloud... the illustrations add hugely to the fun... children will find it enormous fun! A must have for every Class 2! - Books for Keeps

  • From the bouncy mock-sinister rhymes to the illustrations featuring naively wide-eyed kids and the happy ending, readers who aren't afraid of snakes will find much to enjoy. - The Horn Book Guide

  • There is something immensely satisfying about a snake full of children. - The Bookseller Crow

  • As a class of wide-eyed day-trippers make their way round the zoo, they fail to notice the slimy snake slithering ominously in the background. Suddenly he pounces, and devours one unsuspecting child after another. With animated illustrations, especially the snake's bulging belly as his 'dinner' wriggles inside him, there's a rising sense of suspense before the snake relinquishes his captives and slinks off to slighter another day... - Junior

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