A funny and silly lift-the-flap picture book about the animals on Noah's ark from Roald Dahl Funny Prize-winning author Peter Bently (Cat's Ahoy!), author and Lynne Chapman (Giddy Goat).
All aboard for a silly game of hide and seek! It's raining - again! - and Noah and the animals are bored. So they play hide and seek! But who's that wriggling under the duvet? Llamas in pyjamas and baboons in pink pantaloons! And who's that squashed behind the chest of drawers? Bears in flares and wombats in combats!
Combining rhyme and repetition, this humorous take on the tale of Noah's Ark is ideal for reading aloud with children. While the bright and fresh animal illustrations are made even more interactive thanks to the flaps hidden throughout this gem.
Lift-the-flap books don't come much better than this. Perfect interactive bedtime reading for kids aged 3+.
For everyone who loved Bears on the Stairs and Class Two at the Zoo.
Peter Bently is the award-winning best-selling picture book author of Shark in the Dark, Lark in the Ark, The Great Dog Bottom Swap and Cats Ahoy! He won the Roald Dahl Funny Prize in 2011.
Lynne Chapman has illustrated more than 30 children's books including the much-loved Giddy Goat, When You're not Looking! and Class Two at the Zoo.
This is Book 4 in the Flat Stanley Series. See all Flat Stanley books here.
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Peter Bently is the award-winning author of around seventy books for young children. He grew up in an army family and went to ten schools as far apart as Devon, Germany and Hong Kong. Both his parents told him bedtime stories (like the one about Mowberley, the boy who tunnelled to Australia) and he still believes this is crucial in developing a child's imagiMore about Peter Bently
Julia Jarman has won the Stockport Schools' Book Award twice for her lively picture book texts. Julia used to be a teacher but was encouraged to start writing by her three children who asked for 'real characters like us'. When she became a grandmother, it provided the perfect inspiration for her picture book texts. Julia often visits schools and librariMore about Lynne Chapman