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 Clementine was very bored with nothing left to do.
 But he was very busy and didn't want to talk.
 But she was busy knitting and didn't seem to care.
 The chooks were rather grumpy. They didn't want to walk.          
  
 
  
    
  
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     Clementine’s Walk   Reviewed in Magpies Magazine  November 2013  by Louise Pfanner     'This cheerful book shows Clementine, a friendly dog, trying to enlist all the members of her family to take her for a walk. One by one they rebuff her, until each completes their tasks, and then the tables turn. Clementine is nowhere to be found, and they start to get worried. All is well, and eventually the whole family take a walk with Clementine.     Simple watercolour pictures capture the reassuring elements in this book- the family and the house and garden are all sweet and pleasantly chaotic, without descending into mayhem. The rhyming text is good to read aloud, and really moves the story along.    There is a map of the beginning of Clementine’s walk on the back endpapers which adds another dimension to the story.    Very suitable for pre-schoolers to five-year-olds.'
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