Sharing a Shell
Look! A blob, a bright purple blob. What can this blob thing be? “Go away, Blob, whoever you are – you can’t share a shell with me.”
The tiny hermit crab loves his new shell. He doesn’t want to share it – especially not with a blobby purple anenome and a tickly bristleworm! But life in the rock pool is tougher than Crab thinks. Soon he finds that he needs his new companions, and that sharing a shell is all about sharing friendship and problems too! Pairing Julia Donaldson’s shimmering rhymes with vibrant artwork from Lydia Monks, this rollicking story of sea shells and sharing comes with a glittery cover.
Sharing a Shell Dominoes
Create your own seaside dominoes with fishes and shells.
Sharing a Shell Dot-to-dot
Join the dots to discover what Crab, Blob and Brush are hiding in!
Sharing a Shell Game
Play a fun Shells and Stars games.
This is mine and my daughters absolute favourite book to read together and my three year old knows all the words. It’s a lovely book, really bright and colourful with a great story and a lovely rhythm. We love love love it
30 March 2016
This is about a hermit crab who finds himself a brand new shell and he loves it!
9 March 2014
This is about some sea creatures having to share a shell.
6 March 2013
i read it when i was younger it is really bad!!!!!!!!!!
2 March 2012
hello xxx this is flapper1309 how is everbody i hope you are ok?? love yoy loads xxxxxxx
28 February 2009