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Anholt Family Favourites: Going to Nursery

Laurence Anholt, Catherine Anholt

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Anholt Family Favourites, For National Curriculum Early Years, For children c 0-2 years, Interest age: from c 3 years, Fiction, Picture books, Early learning: first experiences

This reassuring picture book will help prepare your little one for their first day at nursery school.

A reassuring picture book about starting nursery.

Anna is a bit worried about starting nursery. She doesn't want to leave her mummy and she won't know anyone there ... But soon Anna is having lots of fun, painting, dressing up and playing with new friends!

Starting nursery is an exciting but anxious time for every family, and sharing this book together is the perfect way to prepare for the big day. The simple, reassuring story covers meeting the teacher, snack-time, going to the loo, making friends and doing all sorts of fun activities. So your little one will know just what to expect on their first day.

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Praise for Anholt Family Favourites: Going to Nursery

  • Young children and adults alike will enjoy sharing and talking about this much-loved classic picture book, with its delightful and amusing insight into the joys and trepidations of starting nursery. - Burton Mail

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Laurence Anholt

In a career spanning 30 years, Laurence Anholt has produced more than 200 books for every age from babies to adults, including multi-award winning Young Adult novel, The Hypnotist.

Laurence comes from a Dutch family with roots stretching back to Persia. He studied Fine Art at Falmouth School of Art and the Royal Academy in London.

He lives and works in an upside-down eco house on a hill overlooking the sea in Devon. His interests include meditation and walking on the Undercliff at Lyme Regis.

THE MINDFUL DETECTIVE series is Laurence's first venture into crime fiction.

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