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There's Broccoli in My Ice Cream!

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A summary…

  • Granville the Dalmation loves sweets, not fruit and vegetables!
  • A fabulously funny story
  • Perfect for foodies and fussy eaters!

Synopsis

Granville the Dalmatian loves sweet, sugary, chocky wocky gooey things to eat. NOT fruit and vegetables. Which is a shame, because he comes from a long line of greengrocers and gardeners. So his family come up with a plan to persuade him to be passionate about parsnips and bonkers about broccoli. Only, Granville has a plan of his own - and it will surprise everyone! A fabulously funny story from the creator of Wanted! Ralfy Rabbit, Book Burglar - nominated for the Kate Greenaway Medal. Perfect for foodies and fussy kids everywhere!

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Book details

Author
Emily MacKenzie (7)
Illustrator
Emily MacKenzie (7)
Publisher
Bloomsbury Publishing (+1000)
Language
English
Age
5 years
First edition
2017
Categories
picture books, illustrated books, stories

Editions

Main edition

Paperback / softback

There's Broccoli in My Ice Cream!
Year
2017
Format
Paperback / softback
Pages
32
Size
255 x 255 mm. 1007 g.
ISBN
9781408873304

£6.99

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Hardback

2017  |  £11.99

Hardback

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Year
2017
Format
Hardback
Pages
32
Size
255 x 255 mm. 424 g.
ISBN
9781408873298

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Electronic book text

2017  |  £6.99

Electronic book text

There is no book cover
Year
2017
Format
Electronic book text
Pages
32
ISBN
9781408873281
Status
coming soon

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