The Bouncy Jumping Game! by Andrew Davenport

8.0/10
Great to read with your little one.
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The Bouncy Jumping game is the fifth book in a series of six that is based o the successful BBC children's television programme also written and co-created by Andrew Davenport.

The Bouncy Jumping game is a delightfully silly and fun story of several different residents of the Night Garden that one by one, page by page, are enjoying a game of bouncing and are introduced with the noise 'Boing! Boing! Boing!', which your child will quickly join in with. The size of the 'Boing!' specifically relates to the size of the character jumping, therefore, with the introduction of the giant Hahoos and the teeny, tiny, pontipines to the tale, the concept of size and comparison is brought to the story in a fun and educational way.

Great to read with your little one – if they stop bouncing long enough, and just as much fun for children to sit and look through the pictures on their own.

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