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Daddy’s Sandwich

Pip Jones

One little girl sets out to make her father the perfect sandwich in this funny and charming picture book from Squishy McFluff author Pip Jones, the funniest voice in young fiction today.

8 in stock

£6.99
Format
Paperback
ISBN
9780571311835
Date Published
07.05.2015
Delivery
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Summary

Daddy, would you like a sandwich, with all your favourite things…?

Join one little girl on her quest to make her father the perfect sandwich, whether he likes it or not… You’re in for a wicked surprise!

From Squishy McFluff author Pip Jones and bright new talent Laura Hughes, this is a brilliantly funny and charming picture book perfect for ages 3+ and for Fathers’ Day gifts.

‘A delightful treat of a story’ Guardian, Best New Children’s Books

‘What small child would not love this amazing picture book to bits!’ Books for Keeps

Critic Reviews

Very sweet and funny

Huffington Post
Critic Reviews

What small child would not love this amazing picture book to bits!

Books for Keeps
Critic Reviews

All the illustrations are packed with comic detail, wit and movement and exude extraordinary child appeal. The cumulative text is simple but the hilarious twist at the end packs a real punch. Young children will plead to hear it again and again.

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Critic Reviews

This is one of those fun reading aloud stories that has plenty to giggle over together

Bookbag
Critic Reviews

Hilarious and adorable stuff in equal measure!

Read it Daddy!
Critic Reviews

This book may spark inspiration—dads best hide their treasures.

Kirkus Reviews
PipJones

Pip Jones lives in East London with her partner, her two daughters and a real invisible cat. She writes a lot. She is the author of four other Squishy McFluff books, several picture books (including Daddy’s Sandwich, The Chocolate Monster and Quick, Barney, Run!) and her new series Piggy Handsome.

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