Teaching Notes

Mr Darcy

Mr Darcy is a rather reserved, gentle duck. He likes to tip his hat and say, 'good morning'. Mr Darcy would never want to bother anybody. His life is a little lonely until he discovers that it's okay to let his friends know he needs some help. Alex Field's great love of Jane Austen's Mr Darcy from 'Pride and Prejudice' inspired her to create Mr Darcy. Mr Darcy has all the great qualities of a gentle English aristocrat. Peter Carnavas has created a gorgeous new look for the well-loved and much admired Mr Darcy.AUTHOR : Alex FieldILLUSTRATOR : Peter CarnavasDOWNLOAD NOTES

Mr Darcy and the Christmas Pudding

Mr Darcy loves making his famous Christmas pudding. But what happens when Mr Collins drops by unexpectedly?AUTHOR : Alex FieldILLUSTRATOR : Peter CarnavasDOWNLOAD NOTES

Mr Darcy the Dancing Duck

Mr Darcy dreads the first sign of Spring. Flowers blooming means only one thing – dancing season, and Mr Darcy simply cannot dance. Can Lizzy convince Mr Darcy to take a turn around the maypole? Mr Darcy the Dancing Duck celebrates the 200th anniversary of Pride and Prejudice.AUTHOR : Alex FieldILLUSTRATOR : Peter CarnavasDOWNLOAD NOTES

Oliver and George

Oliver is ready to play but George the bear is busy reading. Oliver tries everything to get George's attention. What happens when a boy bothers a bear too many times?AUTHOR : Peter CarnavasILLUSTRATOR : Peter CarnavasDOWNLOAD NOTES

What's In My Lunchbox?

Today in my lunchbox I happened to find... What could be inside the lunchbox? An apple? A bear? A dinosaur?AUTHOR : Peter CarnavasILLUSTRATOR : Kat ChadwickDOWNLOAD NOTES

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