The Jellybean Tree Cover

The Jellybean Tree

Grandpa Grumpy loved jellybeans. Every time he plopped one in his mouth, he patted his wiggly, jiggly tummy and said, "Yum! Yum, yum, yummy!"

    One night only one jellybean was left in the jellybean jar. "Well, pop my buttons," said Grandpa Grundy.

    "One jellybean! I can't eat that."

    Then Grandpa Grundy got a fantastic idea . . .

A beautifully illustrated story in which Jill Eggleton takes children on a journey with a lovable character and gently reminds them that their parents want what is best for them.

If you love this story, click Add to Cart to buy this softcover, 240 mm x 225 mm, full colour, including audio of Jill Eggleton reading the story. Or click here to save and buy the Year 2 classroom set.

Ages: 3-8 | Pages: 24
Code: GE0190 | ISBN: 9781927307908

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Jill Eggleton

Author Jill Eggleton, QSO, is an internationally recognised literacy consultant, teacher and author. She has won Storylines’ top award, the Margaret Mahy Medal, given annually for lifetime achievement and an outstanding contribution to New Zealand children’s literature and literacy.