Classic Picture Book Pack

This set of timeless favourites features a whole menagerie of animal friends, brought to life by award-winning authors Mick Inkpen, Eric Carle, Inga Moore and Martin Waddell. In The Blue Balloon, Kipper the dog finds a balloon at the bottom of the garden. But this is no ordinary balloon – it’s full of fun and magic! Meanwhile, a little caterpillar has a very big appetite in Eric Carle’s The Very Hungry Caterpillar, while Six Dinner Sid introduces a charming yet greedy cat who has six owners wrapped around his little paw – or so he thinks. Finally, Martin Waddell’s enduring bestseller Owl Babies completes this classic collection, which is definitely not to be missed!

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    Eric Carle

    Eric Carle is the acclaimed author and illustrator of many classic picture books, and is best known for the much-loved The Very Hungry Caterpillar.

    Awards

    Eric Carle has won many book and design awards in both the US and around the world. His most famous book, The Very Hungry Caterpillar was awarded the American Institute of Graphics Arts Award, the Selection du Grand Prix des Treize in France and a Nakamori Reader’s Prize in Japan. In 2003 Carle was awarded the Laura Ingalls Wilder Award for his lifetime contribution to children’s literature and illustration.

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    Mick Inkpen

    Mick Inkpen is an award-winning author and illustrator who is best known for his characters Kipper and Wibbly Pig. His books have sold millions of copies across the world.

    Awards

    Mick won the Red House Children’s Book Award for Threadbear in 1991, and the Nestle Smarties Award for Kipper’s A-Z in 2001.

  • Awards

    Inga Moore won the Nestle Smarties Prize for Six Dinner Sid.

  • Awards

    Martin Waddell has won the Nestle Smarties prize twice for Can’t You Sleep, Little Bear? and Farmer Duck, and the Kurt Maschler award for The Park in the Dark.

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