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A Squash and a Squeeze, the first picture book that Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler worked together on, is 20 years old. Since then they have collaborated on many other stories including The Gruffalo, Zog, Stick Man and Monkey Puzzle. The Story: A little old lady complains to a wise old man that her house is too small. He advises her to take in a succession of animals who manage to cause all kinds of chaos. It really is a squash and a squeeze once there are five occupants in the house so the wise old man tells the little old lady to take them all out again
A Squash and a Squeeze. Written by Julia Donaldson. Wise old man, won't you help me, please? My house is a squash and squeeze. What can you do if your house is too small? The wise old man knows: bring in a flappy, scratchy, noisy crowd of farmyard animals.
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'Wise old man, won't you help me, please? My house is a squash and squeeze. Visit the farm in the brilliantly funny A Squash and a Squeeze, the first ever picture book written and illustrated by the unparalleled picture book partnership of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler, creators of The Gruffalo. Axel Scheffler is an acclaimed illustrator, animator and more recently author of children's books. More about Axel Scheffler. Books by this illustrator. The Smartest Giant in Town.
A Squash and a Squeeze is another cracking rhyming story from the kiddy-fic superstar, Julia Donaldson. Julia Donaldson uses rhyme to tell the story and the illustrations by Axel Scheffler are very comical. This book can help children to develop literacy skills such as rhyming and is a good introduction to reading poetry. I used this with my year two class to discuss the words that rhymed and what made i The old woman in the story who constantly complains of her house being too small, is taught the value of appreciating what you have, in a rather unconventional manner, by a passing ‘wise old man’.