Alex Willmore’s hilarious new picture book, I Did See a Mammoth, is packed with incredibly vibrant, funny artwork that will have you AND your grandkids laughing your socks off…
Welcome to the Antarctic, where an intrepid group of explorers is making an in-depth study of penguins. Penguins, penguins, penguins. SO MANY penguins!
But one young explorer has discovered something different. Something totally wild and spectacularly cool and very, very… Extinct?
Alex brings the prehistoric woolly mammoth dancing, swimming and SKATEBOARDING back to life in the brilliant I Did See a Mammoth. But will anyone believe what our young explorer has seen? Would YOU?
Did you know?
Reading with the little ones in your life is not only fun, relaxing and a great source of cuddles – it’s also wonderfully good for them (and you!).
The National Literacy Trust has found reading to be positively correlated with mental wellbeing, including increased self-confidence and resilience. Getting children reading for pleasure (for example, by sharing a lovely picture book with them), is also known to help increase academic attainment and social mobility later in life.
Finally, reading with children has been found to be a powerful way to express love and care for them and has an astonishingly positive impact on family relationships!
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I Did See A Mammoth
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