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Oi Cat!: Kes Gray (Oi Frog and Friends)

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It’s World Book Day in the UK and Ireland today, one many parents approach each year with a stomach-clenching sense of dread. I know, because I used to be one of them. I cannot sew, I am useless at craft and I am not the most organised parent in the world. Or even in our house. Jim Field is a lead-driven, pencil-pushing, 25-frames-per-second, Led Zeppelin fan. He is also a hugely talented illustrator and animation director whose previous clients have included Waterstones, Sainsbury's, Oxfam, The Independent, The Guardian, The FT, Channel 4, Virgin Mobile, Nokia, GQ, Haymarket and BAC. Why we like this book: The illustrations are gorgeous and I like the way Angelina is determined to fulfil her dream of becoming a ballerina. “I like her because she’s a mouse,” says Flora. I think perhaps the Gray/Field team have, between them, managed to out-dog Oi Frog with Oi Dog! It's absolutely un-missable Red Reading Hub Early Years and KS1 lesson plans and activity sheets based on the LOLLIES 2018 shortlisted book ‘Oi Cat’

Oi! Draw along with me in this simple step by step video. In this video I'll show you how to draw Dog from the 'Oi!' series written by Kes Gray and illustrated by me. I simply implore you to buy it so you can enjoy it for yourself! I simply want to say that this was my most anticipated book of the year and it hasn't disappointed. It has exceeded all expectations...And I think it is my 'Book of the Year'! Book BairnIn this first video I'll show you how to draw Frog from 'Oi Frog!' written by Kes Gray and illustrated by me. In the game you will be shown various photos. There is a kitty hiding somewhere in every one of them.

It's not often I laugh out loud when reading picture books. This was one of those rare occasions...Great stuff -- Ann Giles Book Witch It’s a brilliant premise that can run and run, and with such appealing illustrations from Jim Field and such clever rhymes from Kes Gray, here’s hoping it does. The surprise lift-up flap at the end is also a nice addition. Colourful, witty and silly.

But wait! Cat doesn’t like sitting on gnats, they keep biting his bottom! Will Frog and Dog help him change the rules? FindCat.io is a simple but very entertaining game that you can play on pretty much any device. The goal is to locate cats in series of pictures that you are shown. It may seem like a simple task at first, but in some cases the sneaky little creatures can be very difficult to find. Sometimes they are obscured by other objects in the frame, while at other times they are hiding in plain sight camouflaging themselves into the environment. Every time you successfully find the cat, you can hear a convincing meow of confirmation – it’s actually pretty hilarious and motivating at the same time.

Guard your treats: the Chunk is on the loose and he's coming after your chocolate stash! This hilarious and chaotic picture book will delight anyone who loves biscuits, truffles, cakes, pudding... well, just about anything to do with chocolate, really. Why we like this book: The joy, for me, is hearing Flora laugh out loud when she reads it, over and over again. “It’s like a funny comic,” she says. “But it’s real life, not superheroes. It’s about stuff that actually could happen to somebody.”Why we like this book: It forces you to say the most preposterous things and is lots of fun to read aloud. Flora loves the fact that it’s a picture book with no pictures. “It’s ironic,” she says. In this video I'll show you how to draw CAT from the 'Oi' series written by Kes Gray and illustrated by me.

Helps to have: A bag of colourful ribbons, I have discovered, can be very useful in a World Book Day crisis. I get most of mine by cutting the little ribbon hanger loops off my dresses. Armistice Day: A Collection of Remembrance - Spark Interest and Educate Children about Historical MomentsOi! Learn to draw the Aardvark from the forthcoming picture book ‘Oi Aardvark!’ (publishing in September 2020) written by Kes Gray and illustrated by me. It’s about stuff that actually could happen to somebody’ … Diary of a Wimpy Kid. Photograph: Donna Ferguson Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney Hello Yellow - 80 Books to Help Children Nurture Good Mental Health and Support With Anxiety and Wellbeing -

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