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Paperback / softback
An exuberant new picture book from NYT bestselling author Peter Brown, inspired by his own childhood.Fred loves to be naked! He romps around his house naked and wild and free. Until he romps into his parents' bedroom and is inspired, finally, to get dressed. But there's so much in the wardrobe! What will Fred choose?
Fred might never get dressed - he loves being naked, wild and free - until he passes his parents' wardrobe and finds some inspiration.
This is a charming book about dressing up and expressing yourself; Fred is a young boy who enjoys not wearing clothes - the images are entertaining and are sure to make young children giggle! He tries on Dad's clothes but finds them difficult to wear, finding mum's clothes much more comfy. His parents then find him and help him try on other things - the whole family joins in.
This would be a good book to use in school to discuss clothes and choices we can make; particularly challenging the ideas of gender stereotypes.
Suggested Reading Age 3+