Lighthouse Keepers Picnic

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Mr Grinling loves to eat, and Mrs Grinling is the best cook in the whole world. She puts on a truly scrumptious spread for the village picnic, but later Mr Grinling wishes he hadn’t eaten quite so much…

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Description

Another hilarious picture book from best-selling author and illustrator duo, Ronda and David Armitage.

Mr Grinling ate a piece of everything. “Delicious and delectable,” he announced with his mouth full of green whale jelly.

Mr Grinling’s favourite hobby is eating! He loves breakfast, lunch and dinner, and he even has a few snacks in between.

But after eating a few too many of Mrs Grinling’s tasty treats at the village picnic, Mr Grinling is too tired get home and he starts to wish he hadn’t eaten so much.

  • Full of adventure and fun, rediscover the enchanting story of the lighthouse keeper, 45 years after it was first published
  • This special 45th anniversary edition is the perfect gift for fans of the series
  • Lush illustrations that capture the hilarity, warmth and adventure on every page


THE LIGHTHOUSE KEEPER – COLLECT THEM ALL!

  • The Lighthouse Keeper’s Lunch
    • Picture book paperback
    • eBook
  • The Lighthouse Keeper’s Rescue
    • Picture book paperback
    • eBook
  • The Lighthouse Keeper’s Christmas 
    • Picture book paperback
    • eBook
  • The Lighthouse Keeper’s Picnic 
    • Picture book paperback
    • eBook
  • The Lighthouse Keeper’s Cat 
    • Picture book paperback
    • eBook
  • The Lighthouse Keeper’s Catastrophe 
    • Picture book paperback
    • eBook
  • The Lighthouse Keeper’s Breakfast 
    • Picture book paperback
    • eBook
  • The Lighthouse Keeper’s Tea 
    • Picture book paperback
    • eBook
  • The Lighthouse Keeper’s Mystery 
    • Picture book paperback
    • eBook

Additional information

Weight 0.18 kg
Dimensions 27.5 × 23.5 × 0.3 cm
Author

Publisher

Imprint

Cover

Paperback

Pages

32 unnumbered

Language

English

Edition

|Reprint

Dewey

823.914 (edition:23)

Readership

Pre-school / Code: A