The Haunting of Charity Delafield - Ian Beck Reviews
Description:Genre: Junior Book / Author: Ian beck / ISBN: 0370332105 / Publication Date: 2011 / Publisher: Bodley Head
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Ian Beck The Haunting of Charity Delafield
Pages: 288, Paperback, Corgi Childrens
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Lost on the Beach - Ian BeckLost in the bland! (539 words)
by kaitlinsmummy - written on 24/03/10 (Very useful, 48 readings)
copy of the second book in the series, and one that we had yet to read. The book I will now review is - "Lost on the beach by Ian Beck". The story follows a trip to the beach, made by Mummy, Lily and her ever faithful Teddy. After playing on the beach for a while, and making Teddy a fabulous beach home (sand castle!), Lily and Mummy decide to go get an ice cream, leaving Teddy on the picnic blanket until they get back. As soon as Mummy and Lily are out of site a whole series of events happen that ensure that Teddy is once again....lost! First a puppy steals the blanket, dragging Teddy halfway across the beach, then Teddy decides that while he is on that ...
Alone in the Woods - Ian BeckAlone.....but for how long!? (636 words)
by kaitlinsmummy - written on 08/03/10 (Very useful, 44 readings)
and Jill!) costume and for this he won the delightful book that I will now review for you. The book in question is - "Alone in the woods by Ian Beck". After realising what a beautiful and windy day it has become Lilly decides that the only thing for it is to fly a kite. So after persuading her mum to come along to, Lilly, her mum and Lilly s ever loving Teddy bear go out for a day of kite flying fun. After finding the prefect spot, setting up the picnic and picking which of the two kites mum ha brought along to fly (Lilly decides yellow, leaving the red one with ted!), mum and Lilly go to fly the kite, leaving Teddy in charge of guarding the picnic. After ...
The Gingerbread Boy - Ian Beck"You can't stop me going down memory lane........" (444 words)
by kaitlinsmummy - written on 13/01/10 (Very useful, 42 readings)
up books repeatedly or in this case a book that I actually own the original version of! The book I will now review is - "The gingerbread boy by Ian Beck". For anyone unfamiliar with the tale the premise is as follows - The baker and his wife are childless, so one fateful morning they decide to make and bake a little boy made of gingerbread, complete with little gumdrop buttons. Once the boy has been baked the gingerbread boy escapes and starts to run away, he simple states to his parents that they can "run, run as fast as you can, you can t catch me I m the gingerbread man", which of course he isn t, I m glad I am not the only parent with a child ...