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The old lady’s house is poky and small. Gosh, what a squash! What a squeeze! But with a cow on the table, a goat on the bed, and a pig in the larder munching her bread… not to mention a big flapping hen, can she make her house feel big and empty again? This brilliantly funny rhyming tale, full of vivid images, delivers a handy little lesson about showing gratitude for the things we take for granted. It’s a delightful read-aloud to share together, and as the pig raids the larder and the cow on the table taps out a jig, you’ll be helpless with laughter!
“A bit of a classic… A goat on the bed and a cow on the table tapping out a jig? My readers collapsed in heaps, and then had to have it read again. And again.” Vivian French, The Guardian
AR book level: 2.8; Lower years; 0.5 points
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