Rosie's Walk

(6 reviews with an average rating of 4 out of 5)

Publisher: Random House

Review

Rosie the unflappable hen introduces very young children to reading pictures and finding out that they tell a story that is not always the same as the one the words tell. As Rosie walks round the barnyard, she is completely unaware of the sly, but clumsy fox following right behind her. This is a great way to let children know that stories can be full of thrills - and are simply too good to miss!

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