Animalphabet: A lift-the-flap ABC book from the author of The Gruffalo
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I first created this fun animal alphabet for my oldest daughter when she was a toddler for her and her friends. His parents seem sad and preoccupied, so gathering his courage, his backpack and his treasured Book of Birds, Jasper sets out alone on a walk to find them both.
Animalphabet by Julia Donaldson, Sharon King-Chai
A love letter to the natural world, Sarah Ann Juckes' stunning middle grade novel, illustrated by the award-winning Sharon King-Chai will have you turning the last page with tears in your eyes and a heart full of hope. Sharon King-Chai's bold colours and shapes make Animalphabet a rich delight for children of all ages while Julia Donaldson's rhythmic text is a pleasure to read aloud.but each one, combined with the striking artwork will draw the reader into the wonderful world of the Animalphabet. The illustrations are beautiful, with unique die cuts, gatefold flaps, and peek throughs on each page.
Animalphabet by Julia Donaldson (9781509801633/Hardback
Born in Australia to Chinese-Malaysian parents, she moved to London in 2003, after studying Visual Communication at University of Technology, Sydney.Written as an interactive guessing game, with eye-catching artwork and an exotic array of animals to marvel over, this is a gorgeous book to treasure - can you guess who has more legs than a butterfly?
Lucy Tweedie animal alphabet, bespoke fun scenes and map art
First, this is a lift the flap book the flaps of which extend the pages in different ways, at times doubling the page’s size outward or upward or downward. The book is an alphabet book presented as a guessing game where flaps and page turns reveal the answers.From Julia Donaldson, bestselling author of The Gruffalo, and Sharon King-Chai, who together created the award-winning Animalphabet and Counting Creatures. starting with E, and the excitement when a kid figures out the right answer or discovers a new animal they weren't aware of. This is also a question and answer book, once a letter is presenter than a question is asked leading one to guess what the next animal will be.