The Stormy Day
By Jenny Colgan
Illustrated by Thomas Docherty
The second children's book featuring Polly and her puffin Neil, from bestselling adult novelist Jenny Colgan. With gorgeous two-colour illustrations throughout, Polly is perfect for reading aloud.
Polly and Neil are back in the second gorgeous children's book from Sunday Times bestselling novelist Jenny Colgan. Perfect for reading aloud and including fun activities based on the story.
The boat masts jangled louder and louder. Above their heads, black clouds gathered. Polly shivered, and then the rain started to fall: plop, plop, plop.
Polly is waiting for something important to happen. But waiting is hard. It's even harder when it's raining and you can't go outside...
Can Polly find enough to do to keep busy ALL day? And what will happen when her puffin friend, Neil, decides to fly off into the storm?
Perfect for bedtime stories and early readers. From the author of The Little Beach Street Bakery.
Contains recipes, activities and rhymes in addition to the story.
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- Publication date:
11 Feb 2016
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Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
These books are beautifully produced with nicely designed pages, including black and white and spot-colour illustrations, so they are not at all daunting for readers developing in confidence... I look forward to seeing more of Polly and the Puffin's adventures — June Wells, Reading Zone
A gentle seaside tale from the bestselling author with striking black-and-orange illustrations plus fun activities based on the story — Daily Express
A charming tale that is great for bedtime stories and early readers — Surrey Advertiser
We loved the first adventure with Polly and Neil, and we equally enjoyed The Stormy Day, these two characters are delightful ... perfect for holiday reading — hotbrandsandcoolplaces.com
With gorgeous two-colour illustrations throughout, Polly is perfect for reading aloud ... Jenny Colgan's new series is great to teach kids how to love animals unconditionally, by letting them free and respecting their animal nature — London Mums Magazine