Phyllis Root, master of rhythmic read-aloud storytelling, and Helen Craig, of Angelina Ballerina fame, present the final farmyard adventure in their delightful Bonnie Bumble series. From Helen Craig, the illustrator of Angelina Ballerina, comes the seventh and final instalment in the popular Bonnie Bumble series. It's Sunday, and swflakes as big as balls of wool are falling. The cow, the duck, the hens and even Spot the dog are freezing! So Bonnie, ever the problem-solver, is determined to heat them all up: This will never d-d-d-do, she says, with chattering teeth. Getting busy with needles and wool, she knits and knits and knits - hats and scarves, beakwarmers and tailwarmers...but the animals are still all shivery and cold! Just how can she get the sun to make everyone warm and toasty again? Helen's playful, signature artwork perfectly accompanies the rhythmical, read-aloud text of award-winning writer, Phyllis Root, and makes for a sweet and funny story sure to delight and tickle the youngest of readers.
Phyllis Root is the award-winning author of many beloved picture books, from the lyrical Ten Sleepy Sheep and Sam Who Went to Sea, to the rollicking One Duck Stuck, Toot Toot Zoom!, Rattletrap Car and Big Mama Makes the World, illustrated by Helen Oxenbury. This is her seventh title in the Bonnie Bumble series. Phyllis lives in the USA, in Minnesota. Helen Craig is a widely acclaimed illustrator of books for children, including This Is the Bear by Sarah Hayes, Amy's Three Best Things by Philippa Pearce, The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse, and the hugely popular Angelina Ballerina stories by Katharine Holabird. Helen lives near Cambridge.