|Duck, Cat and Squirrel live together in an old white cabin, there they make lovely pumpkin soup! |
|Cat, Duck and Squirrel always cook their pumpkin soup together, in exactly the same way, but when Duck decides things should be done differently the three friends fall out and Duck leaves. Cat and Squirrel are so worried about their friend that they really think about the importance of friendship and set out to find Duck. |
|A great book to read at bedtime, with a young child. A new reader will find this the sort of book they keep coming back too. The lovely autumnal colours will be especially popular through the autumn and winter months. |
|This is a beautiful, poetic book, which is a joy to read. The illustrations are truly wonderful and will capture the hearts of young and old alike. I'm sure parents will love to read this to their youngsters and it would be a popular choice in the classroom. |
|Other books by Helen Cooper include Tatty Ratty. |
|This review by Mrs Mad. |
|Deep in the woods in an old white cabin, three friends make their soup the same way every day. Everyone has his own job. Everyone seems happy. Until the day that the littlest one, Duck, decides it's his turn to stir the pumpkin soup. And that's when the quarrelling starts. |
|Alexandra Strick, The Guardian|
Three friends live in their woodland cabin, singing and brewing up vast cauldrons of delicious pumpkin soup. This is a picture book to savour. It's a mouth-watering triumph that left me craving a bowl of the golden broth. And I don't even like pumpkin.
|Philippa Reece, Amazon.co.uk|
Three friends, Duck, Squirrel and Cat, join together every evening to make pumpkin soup. Each has their own very important part to play in the process and the soup is always delicious. Then, one day, Duck decides he wants to stir the soup instead of addin
|Adam, Neasden Primary School|
I thought it was funny and I think that it would be the type of story that the little ones will understand.
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