The King’s hats

£7.99

A perfect picture book to celebrate the Coronation and beyond.

King Charles the III is now King of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth and he is finding his new crown just a little heavy to manage. But his good friend Tom the gardener is on hand to show him that kings must wear all sorts of hats and that he must be brave and allow himself to be the king he was born to be.

Sheila May Bird’s joyful rhyming text will delight little ones as they explore all the roles their king might have to take during his reign and gently explores themes of being brave and finding courage.

Accompanied by Mark Beech’s glorious and hilariously warm illustrations with a caricature-style that brings the stars of the story to life.

‘Even the most ardent republican will find something to make them smile.’ The Bookseller

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A perfect picture book to celebrate the Coronation and beyond.

King Charles the III is now King of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth and he is finding his new crown just a little heavy to manage. But his good friend Tom the gardener is on hand to show him that kings must wear all sorts of hats and that he must be brave and allow himself to be the king he was born to be.

Sheila May Bird’s joyful rhyming text will delight little ones as they explore all the roles their king might have to take during his reign and gently explores themes of being brave and finding courage.

Accompanied by Mark Beech’s glorious and hilariously warm illustrations with a caricature-style that brings the stars of the story to life.

‘Even the most ardent republican will find something to make them smile.’ The Bookseller

Additional information

Weight 0.202 kg
Dimensions 26 × 25 × 0.7 cm
Author

Publisher

Imprint

Cover

Paperback

Pages

30 unnumbered

Language

English

Edition

Paperback original

Dewey

823.92 (edition:23)

Readership

Children – juvenile / Code: J