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Oliver Jeffers
Oliver Jeffers Published in October 21, 2018, 3:44 am



Happy Book Club
Happy Book Club Reply to on 6 December 2016
Oliver Jeffers is proving himself to be one of the most popular children's authors since the distinguished and ever-prominent Julia Donaldson. His construction of humourous stories will appeal to adult readers as much as his quirky drawings will appeal to little ones. 

This story is particularly quirky. It tells the story of a boy who gets his kite stuck in a tree and, in order to dislodge it, he throws up bigger and more elaborate things. Without giving away the story, let's just say a whale, some ladders and a neighbours house are involved. Definitely worth reading and treasuring.
MrsP Reply to on 9 September 2017
I really did quite like this book and I know my little boy will find it hilarious. My one comment would be that if perhaps you were using this as a read along, a new reader may struggle with the font slightly. This is a very minor point though, over all this is a lovely read with equally lovely illustrations.
Sophie Fishing
Sophie Fishing Reply to on 24 June 2012
Just bought for my 2year 3mo year old. Was worried it would be a little advanced for him. I'm not even sure he knows what a kite is. But I wanted something new to read myself and I love Way Back Home and Lost and Found by Jeffers. My son totally got the idea very quickly and by the time the third or fourth item was thrown up in the tree after the kite he started giggling out loud. He clearly really enjoyed it and all the absurdity. And of course as he gets older he'll understand more of the story. My only criticism is that the text is in scrawling handwriting which is all very well for a 6 year old (or possibly it's more for the adult's amusement) but doesn't do anything for a two year old who is familiarising himself with the concept of reading and letters. But since I got it for the fun of the story, that is a minor complaint.
Kay Reply to on 28 June 2017
My daughter and I love this story, it has an unexpected twist that always make us smile
Mellisa D
Mellisa D Reply to on 1 October 2017
Oliver Jeffers is so clever and this is just another wonderful tale. We loved the humour!
MommyBear Reply to on 16 June 2014
Sure I like Oliver Jeffers' imagination as much as the next person. I guess I was just concerned about all the things stuck in the tree. Maybe my rating has more to do with my OCD than the story. My son liked it. I guess that's enough. It is one of a collection of kindle books we take on holiday (for bedtime stories abroad) so that we are not toting a bunch of books in the suitcase.
Mr Gregory King
Mr Gregory King Reply to on 15 April 2017
A simple tale. I wasn't over impressed with the pictures and the script is han written and not so easy to read. My 2 year old grandson was not taken by it
Nightingale primary school year 4
Nightingale primary school year 4 Reply to on 26 March 2017
The book had an interesting message behind it. It helped. Us talk about using the best methods. The ending was entertaining, we can't believe that he left all of that stuff in the tree!

But it wasn't a happy ending for everyone...
Gen Reply to on 31 May 2017
We love this book, simple yet good humour. Fast delivery, price discounted and we'll packaged.
Dell Reply to on 24 July 2018
My son's new favourite book. He just had fun that everything got stuck on a tree. Uh oh lol
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