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By: Ann Ferry

Medic the Cloud and Bobby the Blue-Eyed Bear

Pages: 66 Ratings: 5.0
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Mrs Cloudburst, the teacher in the Rainbow Arches Nursery School responsible for the education of little clouds, is very concerned that the Collywobbles has come to Featherwood Forest and the village of Ticklefield that are situated below the school in the sky.

She is concerned that people and animals might get sick. She makes sure that Medic the cloud instructs all who live in the forest and the village that they need to wear their masks, keep apart and wash their paws, claws and hands so that they can be safe from the Collywobbles.

In this story, Medic the cloud makes sure that Bobby the blue-eyed bear gets the cure he needs when he is sickened by the Collywobbles.

Ann Ferry was born in Derry/Londonderry, Northern Ireland. She is an attorney who practises in the Juvenile Court System in Boston, Massachusetts.

Customer Reviews
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  • Megan Mullin

    A wonderful book for children! My kids loved it!

  • Kate Meaney

    Absolutely love this timely children's book. I have given this book to many children to serve as a guide to navigating their way through the pandemic. In all of Ann Ferry's books, there is a constant theme of the importance of family and friends. Especially in times of uncertainty and change. The illustrations are colourful and depict each character with an uncanny touch of humanity. All of her books have the same delightful characters, beautiful scenery and happy spirit. I highly recommend all of the books in this series, as the children really enjoy reading them all!

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