Mr Birdsnest and the House Next Door

A Tiger In The Back Garden A Bird Eating Spider In The Cupboard Elmo And His Sister Love Playing In The Jungle House Next Door, That Is Until Mean Old Mr Birdsnest Moves In But When It Appears That Mr Birdsnest Has Kidnapped The Children S Grandma They Must Sneak Back In To Rescue Her.Mr Birdsnest and the House Next Door

Growing upI grew up in a tall Victorian London house with my parents, grandmother, aunt, uncle, younger sister Mary and cat Geoffrey who was really a prince in disguise Mary and I would argue about which of us would marry him.Mary and I were always creating imaginary characters and mimicking real ones, and I used to write shows and choreograph ballets for us A wind up gramophone wafted out Cho

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  • Paperback
  • 74 pages
  • Mr Birdsnest and the House Next Door
  • Julia Donaldson
  • English
  • 07 May 2017
  • 9781781120057

10 thoughts on “Mr Birdsnest and the House Next Door

  1. says:

    bir yeti kinin de s k lmadan ocu una okuyabilece i sevimli bir kitap

  2. says:

    This book has been written by the award winning author of The Gruffalo Julia Donaldson explores the themes of adventure, imagination, displacement and first impressions Elmo and his sister must move house to accommodate Granny as she keeps getting into muddles quite often They settle into the house next door, the jungle house , but Elmo and his sister are not happy One day as the two explore their new surroundings, they come across the garden of the jungle house where they find all sorts of insects and even a bird eating spider They set up a den in the monkey bedroom in the jungle house until their play is disturbed by the mysterious new Mr Birdsnest Elmo and his sister do not warm to Mr Birdsnest at first and are in a panic when they see Granny in his house The duo set out on a mission to save Granny but to their surprise Mr Birdsnest is actually quite welcoming Much to their delight, he even builds them a new tree house This was a fantastic read as it incorporates childhood play and misconceptions It is also very humorous at times because of the child like tendency to create nicknames for people based o...

  3. says:

    A family moves house The two children dislike their new home and its creepy neighbour.I loved the humour in the book It was quite naughty at times, but I think most children will feel the same as I The various nicknames such as Mr Crocodile also made me laugh, and children will surely relate to this feature also The themes of the book adventure, animals, escape are classic childish yearnings, while mean grown ups also feature prominently Moving house, often a traumatic experience for c...

  4. says:

    Will be reading this to my own children.

  5. says:

    Read this in Swedish Very nice and easy to read book about a family choosing a new house to move into so their grandmother can move in The children want an exciting jungle house, but their parents pick the boring house next door The kids use the jungle house as a sort of fort until it s sold to some beardy guy who they call Herr F gelbo or Mr Birdsnest , thinking he must have a beard full of birds The text is large and unintimidating, the illustrations are fun and...

  6. says:

    Mr Birdsnest and the House Next Door by Julia Donaldson, illustrated by Hannah Shaw really loved reading this lovely early chapter book with my son in one reading time together It thoughtfully introduced a grandmother moving in with a family and the impact of moving to a new home,...

  7. says:

    This book was a really quick and easy read which was very enjoyable

  8. says:

    It was brilliant With a helpful tip of how to draw a bird under a flap hee hee hee wait till you read it I love it Ha ha ha hee hee hee Bye bye.

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