The Ladybird First Favourite Tales Ugly Duckling

Author: Lady Bird

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    The classic fairy tale - The Ugly Duckling - from Ladybird! A perfect introduction to the classic story of the Ugly Duckling. Find out what happens to the Ugly Duckling. Will he ever find someone who loves him? Part of the Ladybird 'First Favourite Tales' series - a perfect introduction to fairy tales for preschoolers - it contains amusing pictures and lots of funny rhythm and rhyme to delight young children. Ideal for reading aloud and sharing with 2-4 year olds.

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    TheThe Ladybird First Favourite Tales Ugly Duckling originally written by Hans Christian Andersen is the story of mermaid. She is the youngest amongst five sisters who falls in love with a human Prince and seeks an eternal soul. Her adventures in the sea and on land are masterfully crafted in Ladybird Tales: The Little Mermaid (Ladybird Tales Larger Format). Ladybird books are well-suited for kids of ages three and above. The books are illustrated beautifully. This edition of the Little Mermaid captures the essence of the mermaid's tale. The little mermaid wishes to become human so that she can be with her lover, the Prince, whom she spots when she surfaces above water to see the world above.

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    NameThe Ladybird First Favourite Tales Ugly Duckling
    DetailsReading level: 3 - 5 years Hardcover: 32 pages Publisher: Ladybird; UK ed. edition (4 March 2014) Language: English ISBN-10: 0723270678 ISBN-13: 9780723270676 Product Dimensions: 18.7 x 0.9 x 18.7 cm
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    PublisherLady Bird
    Book TypeReading books
    AgeAge 3-6
    AuthorLady Bird
    FormatHard Cover
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