Snail Trail

Publisher: Andersen Press

One sunny morning Slimy Snail sets out on a long journey. He travels through many different landscapes which each present challenging obstacles - a steep hill, a spooky tunnel, a silent forest, a dizzyingly high bridge, a scarily slippery slope, an archway which he can barely squeeze through and some dazzling flowers.

Finally he reaches a dark, dark cave and, exhausted by his journey, curls up tight for a long sleep.

Beautifully painted illustrations capture the changing environments visited on this captivating snail trail until all is revealed on the last two pages - Silmy Snail has taken a tour of one small corner of the vegetable patch!

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