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There’s A Beach in My Pants!

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We went to the seaside, Mum, Pip and me.
To play in the sand dunes and splash in the sea,
We’d have SO MUCH fun, I had it all planned!
As soon as we got there . . . I RAN FOR THE SAND!

But one little girl gets SO MUCH MORE than she bargained for after her day out at the beach – with the most hilarious consequences!

From superstar fiction author Michelle Harrison and bestselling illustrator David Tazzyman comes the first book in a laugh-out-loud series set to become a family favourite.

Our Review Panel says...

A little girl’s trip to the seaside delivers more than she bargained on when she brings the whole beach home in her pants! After spending the day on the beach with her mum and pet dog, eating sandwiches, playing in the sea and drinking fizzy drinks, the little girl is finally worn out and it’s time to go home. When they get home it’s bath time, where the real fun begins. As she takes her pants off, the sand starts pouring out . . . over the bathroom floor . . . down the stairs . . . into the kitchen . . . and the lounge . . . And the sand doesn’t come on its own, crabs and seagulls, mermaids and pirates accompany it.

But, as we all know, there does eventually come a time when you can have too much sand. Fortunately, Mum’s left the bath taps on and all the sand is washed away by a huge wave. Does the little girl want to go back to the beach? Of course she does!

A beautifully illustrated picture book, told in rhyme (I love a picture book which rhymes!), will appeal to any young child or parent who loves the beach, even if they don’t love having sandy pants. I can’t wait to share this book!

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