Item description for Ebb & Flo and the Greedy Gulls by Jane Simmons...
It isn't fair!
Ebb and Flo and their friend Bird are having a peaceful day at the beach until Flo's sandwiches disappear. Flo blames Ebb -- but she didn't do it! Ebb doesn't think it's fair to be blamed for something she didn't do so she goes off by herself to sulk. But just when Flo discovers who the real sandwich-nappers are, a terrible storm begins -- and Ebb is missing! Flo is worried and desperately wants to find her friend. Will Ebb and Flo -- and their friendship -- weather this storm?
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.45" Width: 9.49" Height: 0.21" Weight: 0.41 lbs.
Release Date May 31, 2003
ISBN 0689858108 ISBN13 9780689858109 UPC 076714006997
Availability 0 units.
More About Jane Simmons
Jane Simmons works as a Clinical Psychologist in adult mental health services in South Wales. She has previously worked as a project manager setting up an IAPT service in England. She has worked in the NHS since gaining her doctorate in Clinical Psychology in 2000 from the Oxford doctoral course of Clinical Psychology and also works in Independent Practice in Bristol.
Jane Simmons currently resides in Cornwall. Jane Simmons has an academic affiliation as follows - Practising Clinical Psychologist.
Reviews - What do customers think about Ebb & Flo and the Greedy Gulls?
What a delightful story. Apr 6, 2008
My daughter is a huge fan for Ebb & Flo the series and I was not disappointed with the books. Beautifully illustrated and with a simple story. They are a must for any fan of the show.
Ebb & Flo and the Greedy Gulls Dec 4, 2000
Ebb is a dog and Flo, a girl of 6-9 years old is her owner. They picnic at the beach, and seagulls steal their lunch. Flo blames Ebb, and Ebb, who is innocent, goes to sulk in their boat. A storm drives the boat out to sea and it crashes on some rocks. When Flo recovers Ebb, she apologizes for falsely accusing her dog. Pastel illustrations capture the mood and delight the eye with textures that will make one feel he or she is at the beach. Young readers will identify with Ebb, if they have been falsely accused, and it will spark memories of joyful trips to the shore.