Ferdinand Fox curled up in the sun, as the church of St Mary struck quarter past one. His tummy was full, he was ready for sleep, and closing his eyes he began to count sheep. A delightful rhyming children's story that doubles up as a colouring book in which Ferdinand, a kindhearted urban fox, falls asleep in Peter Maceever's back garden one afternoon. As he sleeps, we learn through his illustrated dream bubbles about all of his favourite food - such as sausages, chocolate, cakes and ice cream Perfect for parents to read aloud to children aged 2-5 years who will love the rhyming story and bold black and white line drawings - or for children age 6 and above to read alone. Also a great children's activity book - little ones will love colouring in the beautiful illustrations. There is also a full colour picture book edition of Ferdinand Fox's Big Sleep - why not get both so that your child can copy the colours?