Pants

There are groovy pants, funky pants, cheeky little monkey pants, loose pants, tight pants and lighting up at night pants. There are pants for being lazy, and pants to pick a daisy! But which is the perfect pair of pants for YOU? Get ready to roll round with laughter at this exuberant favourite, written in the style of a playground rhyme. Giles Andreae and Nick Sharratt put their combined gift for silly slapstick to wild and wacky use, celebrating pants of every kind!

“For pure, bright, toddler delight, grab a copy of Pants.” Bookseller

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  • loved it

    I LOVE this book. i read it again and again, i just love how many different types of pants there are!!! i am a bit babyish i’m 12 (i got this when i was 4) but i just think some people like books that stay with them for ever, it’s like their a part of you.

    17 April 2014

  • I love the PANTS!

    5 March 2013

  • i liked the type of pants this book is really good

    4 stars

    4 March 2013

  • This is about different types of pants.

    4 March 2013

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Authors

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    Giles Andreae

    Did you know that Giles Andreae is one of the most successful children’s authors working today – and he’s the creator of the iconic Purple Ronnie character?

    Awards

    Giles Andreae’s awards include the Red House Children’s Book Award for The Lion Who Wanted to Love, the Booktrust Early Years Award for I Love My Mummy, the Red House and Stockport Schools Award for Pants and the 2010 Sheffield Children’s Book Award for Morris the Mankiest Monster.

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    Nick Sharratt

    Nick Sharratt is one of the country’s favourite illustrators, with over 100 books to his name.

    Awards

    Nick has won numerous awards for his picture books, including the Sheffield Children’s Book Award for A Cheese and Tomato Spider and the Nottingham Children’s Book Award for Elephant Wellyphant.

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