The Glump and the Peeble

The Glump and the Peeble The glump lives all alone in his cave deep in the wood wishing he could come out and dance with the peebles Meanwhile a peeble wishes she could be quiet and thoughtful like a glump Try not to be ne

  • Title: The Glump and the Peeble
  • Author: Wendy Meddour Rebecca Ashdown
  • ISBN: 9781847807090
  • Page: 182
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The glump lives all alone in his cave, deep in the wood, wishing he could come out and dance with the peebles Meanwhile, a peeble wishes she could be quiet and thoughtful like a glump Try not to be nervous, the peeble says to the glump You can t be frightened of things you ve not tried When they become friends it turns out the two creatures have a lot to teach eThe glump lives all alone in his cave, deep in the wood, wishing he could come out and dance with the peebles Meanwhile, a peeble wishes she could be quiet and thoughtful like a glump Try not to be nervous, the peeble says to the glump You can t be frightened of things you ve not tried When they become friends it turns out the two creatures have a lot to teach each other This funny picture book about the power of friendship teaches children it s fine to be different.

    One thought on “The Glump and the Peeble”

    1. The Glump lives alone in a cave. But he wishes he could dance in the moonlight like the Peebles. One Peeble wishes he could sit alone and think like the Glump. He doesn't want to dance in the moonlight. The Peeble and the Glump find each other and give each other what they want. The Peeble sits quietly in the cave thinking and then teaches the Glump how to dance. Now everyone is happy doing what they like, not what's expected of them.

    2. My favourite picture book this year. Glump wants to dance in the moonlight and turn pink. the Peeble wants to sit and think. Finding a friend in each other this rhyming story is a wonderful tale of not being afraid of things just because you haven't tried them yet.

    3. When does someone learn who they truly are? As a baby, you don’t know what your feet are, so any sense of true self-discovery is going to at least wait until you are out of nappies. As a child you start to see the world, but most of us only see our part in it. Enter your teenage years and twenties and you start to understand what role you play in life, but do you really know yourself? If you are lucky, very lucky, you may start to figure stuff out in your thirties and know who you are and what [...]

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