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Oi Duck-billed Platypus!

Oi Duck-billed Platypus!

The laughter never ends with Oi Frog and Friends!

A brilliantly funny, rhyming read-aloud picture book. Jam-packed with animals and silliness!
From the bestselling, multi-award-winning creators of Oi Frog. *Over 1 million copies sold*

Oi! Where are duck-billed platypuses meant to sit?
And Kookaburras and hippopotamuses and all the other animals with impossible to rhyme with names…
Over to you Frog!

‘Laugh-aloud humour will have young readers in fits of giggles.’ Parents in Touch

Can’t get enough? Look out for: Oi Frog, Oi Dog, Oi Cat, Oi Puppies

Oi Frog and Friends is a top ten bestselling series. Loved by children and parents, the books have won numerous awards, including the Laugh Out Loud Picture Book Award, and been shortlisted for many more!
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Genre: Children's, Teenage & Educational / Picture Books, Activity Books & Early Learning Material / Picture Books / Picture Storybooks

On Sale: 6th September 2018

Price: £6.99

ISBN-13: 9781444937343

Reviews

Laugh-aloud humour which will have young readers in fits of giggles - and improve their rhyming ability, too. It's the perfect follow-up, extending the clever idea to perfection.
Parents in Touch
The jaunty, brightly coloured illustrations make this a joy to share with both toddlers and older children.
The Irish Independent
The latest book in the Oi Frog! series sees the return of our favourite characters who are cheeky, adorable and ever so clever. Kes Gray and Jim Field's creation is more than a fantastically funny story - it's a book that will encourage talk, play, rhyme and laughter for everyone in the family. Younger readers will love hearing the story and older ones will enjoy the challenge of trickier vocabulary in the book.
BookTrust
Using the strange names and often stranger appearance of animals, this funny, rhyming, read-aloud picture book, will amuse both children and parents and perhaps inspired a few poets in the making.
The Irish Catholic