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Ant and Bee and the Kind Dog

Angela Banner

Publisher: Egmont

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Summary

The much-loved classic series of Ant and Bee books is designed for shared reading fun! 
First published in 1950, Ant and Bee were in print for over 40 years. These new editions feature revised text and illustrations by original Ant and Bee creator Angela Banner. The adorably small format is perfect for little hands. 
There’s a strange smell in the air and Kind Dog is determined to sniff out where it’s coming from. But when he sets off with Ant and Bee, he can’t find the source of the smell anywhere!  
Ant and Bee teach children to read via word recognition and encourage story sharing with siblings and parents. Grown-ups read the black words, but the shorter, simpler red words are for young children to call out. These books are for sharing, building confidence and most of all enjoying! Perfect for young children aged 3 and up. Parents and grandparents who grew up with Ant and Bee will love sharing this nostalgic experience from the same era as Ladybird Read it Yourself. 
Have you collected all of Ant and Bee's learning adventures? 
Ant and Bee 
More Ant and Bee 
More and More Ant and Bee 
Ant and Bee Count 123 
Ant and Bee and the Secret 
Around the World with Ant and Bee 
Happy Birthday with Ant and Bee 
Ant and Bee and the Rainbow 
Ant and Bee and the ABC 
Ant and Bee Time 
Ant and Bee and the Kind Dog 
Ant and Bee and the Doctor 
Ant and Bee Go Shopping 
Left and Right with Ant and Bee 
Make a Million with Ant and Bee 
Angela Banner was born in 1923. She first wrote Ant and Bee as a way to teach her son how to read. The first book in the series was published in 1950. Since then, Angela has written 22 Ant and Bee books.

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