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Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Author:
    Michael Evans,Nick Butterworth
  • ISBN:
    1405217901
  • ISBN13:
    978-1405217903
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  • Publisher:
    Egmont UK (May 28, 2008)
  • Pages:
    32 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Growing Up & Facts of Life
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    1876 kb
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    1972 kb
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    1516 kb
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A Present for Freddie Small book. Nick Butterworth, Michael Evans.

A Present for Freddie Small book. Waaaa! This is the sound that comes from Freddie Small's bedroom as soon as the word bedtime is mentioned. His mom and dad are at their wit's end.

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Waaaa This is the sound that comes from Freddie Small's bedroom as soon as the word bedtime is mentioned

Waaaa This is the sound that comes from Freddie Small's bedroom as soon as the word bedtime is mentioned. They've tried everything to comfort him-mom has tried reading (although she only succeeded in sending herself to sleep), and dad has tried singing a lullaby (Freddie's ears have only just recovered).

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A Present for Freddie Small. Nick Butterworth, Michael Evan. Are you sure you want to remove A Present for Freddie Small from your list? A Present for Freddie Small. by Nick Butterworth, Michael Evans. Published May 28, 2008 by Egmont UK. Written in English.

Nick Butterworth started out as a typographic designer with the National Children's Home, going on to become a freelance graphic designer in collaboration with fellow children's writer and illustrator Mick Inkpen; he has also worked as a television presenter! He is best-known for hi. .

Nick Butterworth started out as a typographic designer with the National Children's Home, going on to become a freelance graphic designer in collaboration with fellow children's writer and illustrator Mick Inkpen; he has also worked as a television presenter! He is best-known for his Percy the Park Keeper series, and his outstanding success makes him one of the most popular author-illustrators in contemporary children's fiction.

Nick Butterworth (born 24 May 1946) is a British children's author and illustrator. After his education at the Royal Liberty School in Gidea Park, he left home to work as an apprentice as a typographical designer with the National Children's Home before working at Crosby Fletcher Forbes (the forerunner of design agency Pentagram) and then leaving to become a freelance graphic designer in partnership with fellow long-standing friend and children's writer and illustrator, Mick Inkpen.

by Nick Butterworth, Michael Evans (Illustrator). Mom and Dad have tried everything to get Freddie to go to bed but luckily Freddie's grandmother has a plan to solve Freddie's bedtime problems. Recently added by. Celialiu, tejalchoksi, angiemaniam, maricelsis, ltcl, storytimestandouts.

Waaaa! This is the sound that comes from Freddie Small's bedroom as soon as the word bedtime is mentioned. His mom and dad are at their wit's end. They've tried everything to comfort him—mom has tried reading (although she only succeeded in sending herself to sleep), and dad has tried singing a lullaby (Freddie's ears have only just recovered). And, what's worse, Freddie is going to stay with his grandmother—how will she cope? Luckily Freddie's grandmother is very wise and very clever, and she has a plan. But will Freddie's mom and dad agree with her idea?