Stick Man-9781407170718

Stick Man by Donaldson, Julia, Scheffler, Axel

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Author: Donaldson, Julia, Scheffler, Axel

Interest age: from c 3 years

Published on 7 July 2016 by Scholastic (Alison Green Books) in the United Kingdom.

Paperback | 32 pages
227 x 280 x 5 | 200g

The heartwarming modern classic from the number one

bestselling author and illustrator of The Gruffalo, Stick Man

and Zog - perfect for sharing at Christmas.

'Stick Man lives in the family tree

With his Stick Lady Love

and their stick children three.'

But it's dangerous being a Stick Man.

A dog wants to play with him, a swan builds her nest with him.

He even ends up on a fire!

Will he ever get back to the family tree in time for Christmas?

Perhaps Santa can help...

Shiny foil highlights on the cover makes this a special gift

for toddlers

A modern classic picture book about family, courage and adventure

from the UK's number one picture book author and illustrator

Perfect read-aloud rhyming text and stunning pictures on every

page with lots of details to spot

This perfect gift book is a journey through the seasons

with a gloriously festive Christmas Eve ending

From the creators of The Gruffalo, Stick Man and Zog,

which have all been made into animated films

Stick Man has been adapted into a popular animated

film starring voices from Martin Freeman (Stick Man),

Jennifer Saunders (Narrator), Sally Hawkins (Stick Lady), Russell

Tovey (Dog) and Hugh Bonneville (Santa)

The Smeds and the Smoos is on BBC One at Christmas

with voice artists including Bill Bailey (comedian and

Strictly winner), Adjoa Andoh (Bridgerton), Sally Hawkins (Paddington

movies) and Rob Brydon (Gavin and Stacey).

Look out for

The Baddies the wickedly funny new

picture book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.

Praise for Stick Man:

'A cracker of a book' FT

'Touching, whimsical . Utterly original - a classic' Angels & Urchins

'Donaldson and Scheffler's poignant, suspenseful profile of an inanimate

object recalls The Velveteen Rabbit' Publishers Weekly