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We planted a Pumpkin by Rob Ramsden
  • September 2020
  • 978-1-912650-38-5
  • 240 x 240mm
  • 32pp £12.99
  • Age 3+
  • World ex US and Canada
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We planted a Pumpkin

Rob RamsdenClick here for biography

Rob Ramsden’s joyous and seasonal picture book follows the journey from tiny seed to fat, orange pumpkin – just in time for Halloween.

Praise for this book:

'Rob Ramsden is an exciting new arrival on the picture book scene and We Planted a Pumpkin is a really lovely book. Though it feels beautifully simple, it’s actually chockful of information and opportunities for learning. A gorgeous book to share with the young and likely to be the start of many adventures in the garden.' LoveReading4Kids

'This beautifully illustrated book is pitch perfect for little ones. They’ll love spotting all the minibeasts on every spread. I have no doubt that like the characters in the story, youngsters will be motivated to engage with nature, try planting some pumpkin seeds and become excited as they follow their development.' Red Reading Hub

'This book is extremely valuable in teaching the need to be patient. It reminds me of the saying, 'Good things come to those who wait'. Alongside the limited, simple rhythmic text, the illustrations in this story speak a thousand words. You will be eager to become a green finger gardener after reading this book and will most definitely be inspired to grow your own pumpkin.' Reading Zone

'The illustrations are vibrant and inclusive. These books are perfectly pitched for reception aged children, ideal for inspiring wall displays.' The School Reading List

'Colourful, contemporary illustrations and a short, rhythmic story help to convey the magic of nature, the joys of friendship, and the fun of shared activities, making this the perfect book for home, school and nursery. Lancashire Evening Post


Other books by Rob Ramsden:

Cloud Aloud


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