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Fróði sóði ❮BOOKS❯ ✯ Fróði sóði Author David Roberts – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Fyrst kom Ojbara, varstu a freta, Fr i sem sl eftirminnilega gegn hj slenskum b rnum N sn r Fr i aftur jafnvel enn skemmtilegri b k En mun hann nokkurn t ma geta l ti af llum s num si um Hrikalega fyn Fyrst kom Ojbara, varstu a freta, Fr i sem sl eftirminnilega gegn hj slenskum b rnum N sn r Fr i aftur jafnvel enn skemmtilegri b k En mun hann nokkurn t ma geta l ti af llum s num si um Hrikalega fyndin b k sem s pa hefur a s r fj lda ver launa erlendis.


10 thoughts on “Fróði sóði

  1. Shirley Revill Shirley Revill says:

    Loved by children both big and small A firm favourite on my bookshelf.


  2. Steven Steven says:

    A really nice book for early readers, very good humoured An easy reading with lots or repetitive language to empower those who lack confidence Great use of the ordinary with a funny spin, the text is well laid out and the graphics are attractive I will recommend this book in the future to any child from 3 10 with limited reading confidence or ability.


  3. Annika De Annika De says:

    Am I now adding children s books that I ve read to my students because I m extremely behind on my Goodreads goal and starting to panic You betcha


  4. Sarah Newman Sarah Newman says:

    3.5 stars This is gross, so naturally my kiddo loved it We read it three times in a row in the doctor s surgery, where where it is obviously well loved


  5. Jennie Jennie says:

    This book is hilarious and children love it Bertie is a little boy with dirty habits, he eats sweets off the floor, he licks the dogs face and wees on the flowerbed The pictures are very funny and the repetitive nature of the story means that the children can join in with no Bertie, that s dirty Bertie I found that this book engaged children that had difficulty listening and sitting nicely at circles times as the story is so funny This is a good book to use with young children when thinkin This book is hilarious and children love it Bertie is a little boy with dirty habits, he eats sweets off the floor, he licks the dogs face and wees on the flowerbed The pictures are very funny and the repetitive nature of the story means that the children can join in with no Bertie, that s dirty Bertie I found that this book engaged children that had difficulty listening and sitting nicely at circles times as the story is so funny This is a good book to use with young children when thinking and talking about good hygiene linking to PSED and PD Children can relate to this story as they probably have carried out some of his dirty habits A great story that I would use with children from Nursery up to KS1


  6. Leanne Proctor Leanne Proctor says:

    Such a funny book Pupils loved this book because the pictures were so funny Read as a class, Dirty Bertie is about a little boy who is just.dirty I m sure you will not be able to finish this book without laughing It really shows small children what bad habits you should not have.A good addition to your book corner but beware, you will hear giggles


  7. Abdulaziz Alfadl Abdulaziz Alfadl says:

    It s my FAVORITE BOOK 100 100


  8. Mary Greer Thomas Mary Greer Thomas says:

    Good book for teaching young children about self awareness, cleanliness, and good manners This books helps children to understand acceptable behaviors and good health choices This was a surprise and very interesting read and I though it would be a perfect read into Health and Safety as it teaches young children what should and should not be eaten.


  9. Reija Viinikkala-Smith Reija Viinikkala-Smith says:

    One of the most loved story time books ever What s great is that Bertie doesn t not stay small, he grows up Introduce Bertie to small kids and later elementary school kids will love the books about Bertie when he s older.


  10. Bethy Clarke Bethy Clarke says:

    My brother and I got out all of our picture books this weekend and we found this absolute corker This is possibly the most hilarious and spot on book my brother read in KS1 I will definitely be sharing with my Y1 class


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