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Would you rather have breakfast with bears, lunch with a lion or dinner with ducks?

Would you like to fly with the pelicans or swim with the fish?
Would it be worse if an elephant made a terrible smell or you fell over in a field of cows?
Ask - and answer - these questions and many more in this funny, imaginative game of a book from John Burningham.

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About John Burningham

John Burningham was born in 1936. He studied illustration at the Central School of Art. His first children's book, Borka, was published in 1963, and it was awarded the Kate Greenaway Medal as the best illustrated book of the year. John Burningham collaborated with Ian Fleming on Chitty-Chitty-Bang-Bang, designing the model of the famous car. John Burningham...

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John Burningham was born in 1936. He studied illustration at the Central School of Art. His first children's book, Borka, was published in 1963, and it was awarded the Kate Greenaway Medal as the best illustrated book of the year. John Burningham collaborated with Ian Fleming on...

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