Is Your Grandmother A Goanna?
'Have you seen my grandmother?' asked the little boy.
'There are only goannas here,' replied the station master. 'Is your grandmother a goanna?'
One day a little boy sets out to visit his grandmother. But each station he comes to is full of a different sort of animal, and his grandmother is not a gorilla, or an elephant, or a walrus - or a goanna!
So the train steams on - Chuffa Chuffa, Chuffa, Chuffa - until finally, on the very last station, there she is.
A wonderfully fun, imaginative story with a reassuring, heart-warming conclusion that every grandchild (and grandmother!) will love!
Pamela Allen's picture books are ideal for showing students how rhythm, repetition and humour can be used to create a successful and engaging text. Her work is wonderful to share and read aloud with very small children, as the words encourage their active participation.
- 32 pages.
- beautifully written and illustrated.
- Great for children aged 3 to 6 years.
- REAL Children's Choice Awards; 2008; Shortlisted; Picture Story Books.