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Cluck O'Clock

Kes Gray, Mary McQuillan

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For National Curriculum Early Years, Interest age: from c 3 years, Fiction, Picture storybooks, Early learning: time & seasons

Sharp, witty and warm, this tell-the-time book features a whole host of lovable chickens and a sly fox called Olga. Written by the overall winner of the FCBG prize, 2001 and illustrated by artist shortlisted for Sheffield Children's Book award.

Cluck O' Clock is a tell-the-time book with a difference. It recounts a day in the life of a group of chickens - each with individual and distinct personalities - as they full their lives with food, exercise, visiting - and waiting for the fox!

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Praise for Cluck O'Clock

  • ...delightful...colourful, funny pictures... A joy of a book which smalls and their parents will enjoy - Newbury Weekly News

  • Told in fun verse. A charmingly eccentric way of learning about time. - The Sunday Tribune, Dublin

  • ...entertaining...cheeky - Cork Evening Echo

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Kes Gray

Kes Gray is a bestselling, multi award-winning author of more than 70 books for children. He eats Ideaflakes for breakfast, spreads silliness on his toast and lives in a place called Different. Kes was the second bestselling picture book author in 2018.

Oi Frog!, Oi Dog!, Oi Cat! and Oi Duck-billed Platypus! are a top ten bestselling series. Oi Dog! won the Laugh Out Loud Picture Book Award and was shortlisted for the Sainsbury's Children's Book Award and the British Book Award, amongst others. It also won the Teach Primary New Children's Fiction Award, MadeForMums Award, Bishop's Stortford Picture Book Award and Portsmouth Picture Book Award. Oi Cat! was the Independent Booksellers Children's Book of the Season and Oi Goat! was the number one bestselling World Book Day book in 2018. Oi Frog! received a Silver Award at the Nielsen Bookscan Awards 2019, and Oi Duck-billed Platypus! was shortlisted for the Children's Book of the Year at the British Book Awards 2019.

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