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How Many Quacks Till Christmas? - 
      Mark Sperring
    
      Ed Eaves

How Many Quacks Till Christmas?

; Ed Eaves (Illustratør)

'How many quacks till Christmas?'
the ducklings want to know.

'How many quacks till Christmas?'
and 'Quack, will there be snow?'

Puppy is pouncing round the farmyard one evening, when he is assailed by various animals wanting to know how many quacks, moos, baas or neighs there are until Christmas. Les mer
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Leveringstid: Sendes innen 7 virkedager

'How many quacks till Christmas?'
the ducklings want to know.

'How many quacks till Christmas?'
and 'Quack, will there be snow?'

Puppy is pouncing round the farmyard one evening, when he is assailed by various animals wanting to know how many quacks, moos, baas or neighs there are until Christmas. Luckily, the answer is – only one!

With lashings of Christmas joy, and much fun to be had with animal noises, this is the perfect funny Christmas gift. By a super-commercial author and illustrator pairing with combined sales of over 230,000 copies in the UK alone.
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Forlag: Bloomsbury Childrens Books
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 32
ISBN: 9781408871089
Format: 27 x 27 cm
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Mark Sperring studied at Bath Academy of Art and Camberwell College of Art before working as a printer and a bookseller, and later becoming a children's book author. Mark is the author of The Shape of My Heart, Snappy Birthday, Dino-Mummy, Dino-Baby, Dino-Daddy and Four Silly Skeletons (Bloomsbury), Captain Buckleboots on the Naughty Step (Puffin) and The Sunflower Sword (Andersen). He lives in Bristol.

Ed Eaves has been working as an illustrator since 2000, when he graduated from Kingston University in Surrey with a first class honours degree. Ed is the award-winning illustrator of Welcome to Alien School and How to Grow a Dinosaur (both published by Simon & Schuster). Ed now lives in a village on the Kent coast with his wife and fellow illustrator Rebecca Finn and their two dogs.