From the funniest voice in young fiction today, the third in this irresistible series for young readers about imaginary friends in hilarious rhyming text and with adorable illustrations by Ella Okstad.
Oh yippee! Young Ava is very excited
To see Nana Dot (who’s rather short-sighted).
Nan’s fun! And she’s funny!
And if that’s not enough,
Can Ava’s Mad Nana SEE Squishy McFluff?
Ava and Squishy are up to their normal no-good when Dad whisks them off to Nana Dot’s – Mum’s got to go to the hospital to bring back Ava a baby sister! But Mad Nana Dot’s lost her glasses so can’t SEE Squishy McFluff . . . and a trip to the hairdresser’s, the post office, the fishmonger all end in adorable disaster.
Told in full colour throughout, this is the perfect stepping stone from picture books to older fiction.
‘A surefire hit.’ Guardian
‘Charming.’ The Times
‘Bound to ensure catisfaction.’ Independent
‘Cleverly bridging the gap between picture books and longer fiction, the lovable Squishy is certain to be a success with under-sevens.’ BookTrust
‘In delightful rhyme reminiscent of Dr Seuss, this charmingly illustrated book is bound to become a bedtime fave.’ Gurgle