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Junior Book Club: March 2013

From Ed Vere's noisy adventure to a snappy sibling, we pick the best new picture books

Posted: 13 March 2013
by Fiona McKim

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Oh Dear Geoffrey! By Gemma O’Neill Templar, £6.99, 3+

For gangly giraffe Geoffrey, his tall stature is a bit of an impediment. “His legs are wibbly-wobbly and his knees are bendy-buckly, so he often tangles, trips, skips and flips… Oh dear Geoffrey!” laments Gemma O’ Neill’s rhyming text as he skids round the jungle. But Geoffrey soon discovers the benefits of looming large – friendship with a troop of cheeky monkeys.

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