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Clarice Bean, That's Me

Clarice Bean, That's Me

Meet the fabulously feisty Clarice Bean in this hilarious short story. Brilliantly read by Claire Skinner – star of BBC’s Outnumbered!

All Clarice Bean wants is a bit of peace and quiet. But that can be hard to find in a house where your little brother is being utterly annoying, your big brother is in the dark tunnel of adolescence and your grandad’s pouring soup on his cornflakes . . .

“A fresh, playful, wonderfully chaotic look at family life that will make you laugh out loud” Independent

Written by former Children’s Laureate, Lauren Child, this is the story that launched the award-winning, bestselling Clarice Bean series!

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Genre: Designed / Suitable For National Curriculum / For National Curriculum Early Years / Suitable For Uk Curricula & Examinations

On Sale: 14th November 2019

Price: £3.99

ISBN-13: 9781408360682

Reviews

Wonderful to read aloud.
Sunday Express (Cressida Cowell)
It'll make you roar with laughter
Sunday Times
Laugh-out-loud funny gloss on family life
The Bookseller
Child's spot-on portrait of family life...has an anthropological quality reminiscent of Posy Simmonds' Weber family...exuberantly inventive
Books for Keeps
For a humorous and refreshingly honest look at family life, you can't get any better than this
The Bookseller
Brilliantly written and drawn by Lauren Child, the cringe-worthy details are a joy
The Guardian
A real treat. This is only Lauren Child's second book for children and I'm totally hooked
The Independent
Text and illustrations are united in giving this wittily ironic, child's-eye view of familiar characters and their foibles
The Guardian
Represents the arrival of a sparkling and irresistable new talent
Literacy and Learning
A modern classic
Sainsburys Magazine
The quirky perspectives show cheerful disregard for convention in this unusual take on family life
The Guardian
A fresh, playful, wonderfully chaotic look at family life that will make you laugh out loud
The Independent
Full of wonderfully dry one-liners
Times Educational Supplement