ACHOO!

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Pub Date 4 Aug 2022 | Archive Date 4 Aug 2022
Bloomsbury Publishing Plc (UK & ANZ), Bloomsbury Children's Books

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You probably know it’s good manners to ALWAYS cover your nose when you sneeze. But when Sid forgets this very simple rule, the consequences are WILDER than he could ever have predicted.

Get ready for a laugh-out-loud, sneeze-driven joyride, featuring elephants, pirates, acrobats, giants, princesses and a whole lot of pandas. Sneezing will never be the same again!

This joyfully anarchic, side-splittingly funny story is perfect for fans of You Can't Take an Elephant on the Bus and There's a Shark in the Bath.

You probably know it’s good manners to ALWAYS cover your nose when you sneeze. But when Sid forgets this very simple rule, the consequences are WILDER than he could ever have predicted.

Get ready...


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ISBN 9781526623720
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Well, it was colourful, and the rhymed narrative worked a lot of the time, but this busy and bonkers lesson in personal hygiene didn't really appeal. Sid the sneezer manages to let everything go when he sneezes, including decorum and manners, but nobody would guess what comes out his schnozz. It is solely a nonsense poem, but too nonsensical for me – and I fear for the actual health message to come across that brilliantly. I may be proven wrong, and if so then 'Gesundheit!', but personally I'd pass on this.

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