Suitable for 3 - 4 years

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Product description

You can always rely on Oliver Jeffers’ books to feel completely original. Now he’s teamed up with new author Drew Daywalt in a book simply bursting with quirky wit. Drawing a picture is lots of work. Now these crayons have had enough. When Duncan opens his crayon box, all he finds is notes which say ‘we quit’. Orange and Yellow are bitter rivals. Blue is sick of water. Beige feels unloved. Will they ever draw pictures together again? This bestseller will make you laugh like crazy and use your art kit in a whole new way. Thank goodness Oliver’s crayons didn’t quit until he finished it.

“Hilarious picture book brilliance.” Books for Keeps

  • New York Times number 1 bestseller.

Product Details

Catalogue number

4011 in Schools Catalogue 2024–25 and 1688 in Education Catalogue 2023–24

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9780007513765

Publisher

HarperCollins

Date published

July 31st, 2014

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 3.8; Lower years; 0.5 points

Condition

New

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Reviews

  1. Deeh
    on 10 March 2024

    It’s the best thing ever

    This is the best book everrr especially to read to babies

    5 out of 5
  2. Melissa
    on 9 May 2022

    Not at all enjoyable

    This book is a bit too aggressive. Totally not for children. Basically, every colour represents a person with awful communication skills.

    1 out of 5

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  1. 8tractor921
    on 9 May 2022

    I liked this when I was little, not for me now.

    4 out of 5