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The Best Bad Day Ever
The Best Bad Day Ever
The Best Bad Day Ever
The Best Bad Day Ever
The Best Bad Day Ever
The Best Bad Day Ever
The Best Bad Day Ever
The Best Bad Day Ever
The Best Bad Day Ever
The Best Bad Day Ever
The Best Bad Day Ever
The Best Bad Day Ever
The Best Bad Day Ever
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By Marianna Coppo

A hilarious exploration of grumpiness: this is a book for any child who has ever woken up to find everything unreasonably annoying.

Today is a terrible day for Wolfie: it's cloudy (there is a single cloud), the water in the bubble bath is ice cold, there aren't enough chocolate chips in the cookies and everyone else is having a nice day (lucky them). No one understands Wolfie at school. But then Penguin comes along... and she does understand. Suddenly things start to get a whole lot better. 

This is a story about how when you're feeling misunderstood, sometimes all it takes to change your perspective completely, is a like-minded friend.

A wonderful, and relatable story about the loneliness that comes with feeling grumpy and how a friend can give a rain cloud day, a sunny new spin. 

Funny for both children and adults alike - while children will delight at the funny dissonance between text and image, the parents will recognise the all too relatable tale of out-of-proportion toddler grumpiness. 

Frances Lincoln
Hardback
48 pages