• £1.99

Publisher Description

**WITH AUDIO NARRATION***
Step into the exquisite miniature world of the mice of Brambly Hedge in this beautiful new edition of the classic picture book.

It was the middle of winter and very, very cold. The mice of Brambly Hedge forecasted snow.

And they were right. In the morning they awoke to find their doors and windows hidden behind deep drifts. There hadn't been snow like this for years. "There's enough for a Snow Ball!" cried the mice with glee, and set to work in the time-honoured way to make an Ice Hall for the festivities. The little mice watched wide-eyed as all the preparations were made.

Then at last everything was ready, and the Ball could begin…

Reviews

“…the most research-crammed fantasy ever set before small children…” Sunday Times Magazine

“Spring Story, Summer Story, Autumn Story and Winter Story are beautiful tales…nostalgic Mums can enjoy them with their own kids.” The Sun (Natasha Harding)

About the author

Jill Barklem was drawn to the natural world ever since childhood. While training as an illustrator at St Martin’s School of Art, her long journeys to college gave her time to escape into the imaginary world of a colony of mice, later to be developed as the enchanting miniature world of Brambly Hedge.

GENRE
Kids
RELEASED
2012
September 10
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
32
Pages
PUBLISHER
HarperCollinsChildren’sBooks
SIZE
71.9
MB

Customer Reviews

termir ,

great book, such a cute story

I first read the Brambly Hedge books in the Portuguese version, where the audiotapes were accompanied by Vivaldi's Four Seasons (for this one, of course, Winter). Winter was always my favourite as a kid because of the cosy descriptions of the houses and the food. It made me so happy to find it again and reread it :) great story :)

redpsionide ,

Overpriced

£4.99 for a short read along book. No discount for all the books together. It's a lovely book, format doesn't quite fit my iPad mini correctly.
No extras, nothing more interactive than the read along.
Disappointing considering the high price.
Would say £1.50 would be a fairer price :-(

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