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Publication Date: 15 Mar 2021
Subject: Younger Picture books
Suitable for: Primary (Reception, Year 1)
RRP £6.99 Save 26%
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A little cave girl with a loud voice almost spoils a surprise party but her volume ends up saving the day.
Esme is a small cave girl. She has the kind of voice that's great for keeping big things with sharp teeth away but that isn't so great for keeping secrets, like the plans for Morris the mammoth's birthday surprise.
But when the birthday surprise is in danger of not being finished on time, it is Esme's booming voice that brings people together, makes sure the job is done, and allows the party to go with a real swing!
Lovely, unexpected tale that shows it's ok to be loud! Illustrations are great and the humorous touches (mammoth on a spa day?!) are great. Well worth buying.