A witty conceit of a favourite nursery rhyme - with over 70 pop-ups and flaps! Jill's little house is so cosy and perfect, all her nursery-rhyme neighbours would like a room of their own. But as Jill's household grows and grows, there's less and less room for Jill and her cat. Peer through the windows, open the fantastic fold-out and peep into the pop-up house to see what storybook characters really get up to when they get home! A humorous and modern twist on an old rhyming favourite - with a resourceful heroine in the form of Jill! With lift-up flaps all the way through, there are also some ingenious surprises awaiting the reader at the end: a fold-out plan of Jill's constructions and a 3-D pop-up of Jill's new house.
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Jill’s house is so cozy and warm that all her nursery rhyme friends are knocking on the door, asking for a room of their own. As Jill cheerfully obliges, her house grows and grows, but somehow there’s less and less room for poor Jill and her cat! Her new tenants are running amok--there’s Little Jack Horner playing checkers with one Little Kitten, while Old Mother Hubbard’s dog shoots the breeze with Bo Peep’s tea-drinking sheep. With a singsong text by Phyllis Root and quirky, comic illustrations by Delphine Durand, this interactive romp offers dozens of doors and windows to peek under, a spectacular foldout to open, and a final pop-up surprise.From the Author:
Says Phyllis Root, "I’ve never built a house by myself, but if I ever do, I hope I’m half as competent as Jill is."
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Descripción Estado de conservación: acceptable. 662 Gramm. Nº de ref. de la librería M00744573254-B