What’s that strange sound coming from the berry bush? Follow Margaret as she crawls under to look. This richly illustrated book is suitable for children aged 3-7.
Margaret is sitting in the garden playing with her train. Suddenly there’s a strange noise from the berry bush. It sounds like a train. She crawls under the bush to take a look.
The paper for this book comes from sustainable forestry and is printed with vegetable printing inks. Everything to give you as much inspiration as possible ― with the least possible environmental impact.
Text by Sophie Holmqvist, illustrations by Sara Nilsson Bergman. 32 pages, hard cover. Richly illustrated. For ages 3-7.
The characters in the book are also available as soft toys at Children's IKEA.
Solid cardboard, Paper, Chlorine free bleached paper
Paper, Chlorine free bleached paper
By using paper from responsibly managed forests in this product, we lower our environmental impact.
By using a renewable material like paper in this product, we avoid using fossil or finite materials.
Width: 8 ¾ "
Height: ½ "
Length: 12 ¼ "
Weight: 1 lb 0 oz
?Tomnot very interesting, but I'm not a kid3
Kids bookPatriceGreat story- kept my grandkids’ attention5
Kids love it,SherylKids love it,5
Looks real cute. I boughtRebeccaLooks real cute. I bought it for our granddaughter for Christmas.5
Terrific pairingjd49This is a fun story to accompany the IKEA wooden train set - grandkids give it a '5'.5
Makes a good giftAMV1A bit long for a very young child, but a sweet story.4
Nice little bedtime storybooka guestGreat little hardcover fantasy storybook, with an appealing girl as the main character, and lots of thoughtful touches in the excellent illustrations. Plenty to talk about. Incredible value.5
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