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One Fluffy Baa-Lamb, Ten Hairy Caterpillars Award-winning author

by Nick Sharratt (author and illustrator)

Suitable for 0 - 5 years

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Product description

Count from one to ten and back with Nick Sharratt’s irresistible parade of batty baa-lambs and crazy caterpillars.

Lift the flaps, open the gatefold pages, and discover Wear-a-Bra-Lambs, Bobble-Hatterpillars, Draculaargh-Lambs, Acrobatterpillars and many more.

Praise for ELEPHANT WELLYPHANT: “Ridiculous but excellent fun” Julia Eccleshare, GUARDIAN Praise for MOO-COW, KUNG-FU COW: “The book that wins best title of the year” Charlie Higson ELEPHANT WELLYPHANT and OCTOPUS SOCKTOPUS were both shortlisted for the Roald Dahl Funny Prize

Not suitable for children under 3 years of age. Small parts.

Product Details





Date published

August 2nd, 2010

Other details

  • 26 pages




Nick Sharratt

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  1. Fiona, Scholastic Staff
    on 1 March 2011

    Passes the toddler test

    My two year old LOVES Nick Sharratt's fantastic novelty books. They're bursting with crazy characters and all round silliness, and have sturdy flaps and novelties that little hands can manage. And, vitally for parents, there's a satisfying rhyming text that stands any number of re-readings.

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  1. Jake2010
    on 4 March 2014

    We wasn’t impressed with this, a bit too silly for us, lovely colours tho

    2out of 5