Where’s My Jumper?

A review of Where’s My Jumper? by Nicola Slater.

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by Nicola Slater

This book, Where’s My Jumper? (Simon & Schuster), is good if you have a little sister!

We liked the pictures of the different animals, and there is lots to look at and talk about in each page.

Marti liked to lift the flaps and the holes you can look through.

At first I was worried about the jumper but I liked that in the end – everything was okay.

Mum read the book to us a few times and then I could read it to Marti and we could talk about the pictures together.


Reviewed by Loren (7 years) and Marti (2.5 years)

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