Description - The Jolly Postman or Other People's Letters by Allan Ahlberg
New, large-size edition of top-selling title - over 5 million copies of POSTMAN titles sold. The Jolly Postman delivers cards and letters to various fairy-tale characters. He has a letter of apology for the three bears from Goldilocks, a postcard from Jack for the giant, a solicitor's letter on behalf of Little Red Riding-Hood for the wolf who ate grandma, and so on. There are six envelopes in the book, each containing letters, cards, etc.
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(264mm x 201mm x 12mm)
Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
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Book Review: Jolly Postman or Other People's Letters by Allan Ahlberg - Reviewed by Sheepcoate (15 May 2013)
Jolly Postman or Other People's Letters is a very clever book and a hit with young children.
The story follows the daily route of a postman delivering his mail. But the recipients are most unusual, such as Goldilocks, Cinderella and more. You also get to open their mail which makes it most interactive and fun and quite unique.
My only complaint that over time the letters may get a little fragile and tear or even lost, so take care around over eager little hands. This book is excellent value and nicely illustrated and will soon be read many times over.
Author Biography - Allan Ahlberg
Janet and Allan Ahlberg created some of the world's most popular picture books, including EACH PEACH PEAR PLUM and THE JOLLY CHRISTMAS POSTMAN, both winners of the Greenaway Medal, and THE BABY'S CATALOGUE, inspired by their daughter Jessica. Janet died in 1994 and Allan, a former teacher, now lives in London.