Animalphabet
Julia Donaldson
Price  499.00
A splendid alphabet of animals from the UK's favourite children's author, Julia Donaldson, and visionary illustrator Sharon King-Chai. An interactive animal ABC guessing game with peep-through pages and amazing fold-out flaps, by the bestselling Julia Donaldson, author of The Gruffalo, and visionary illustrator Sharon King-Chai. Scroll right down for a video showing the book in action! 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? And who is wrinklier than a hedgehog? Each page draws you further into a beautifully vibrant world of huge elephants, slithery snakes and growling tigers, inviting you to compare one animal to another and learn comparison words and adjectives from the natural world. Sharon King-Chai's sumptuous art and the cleverly designed shaped pages make Animalphabet a rich delight, while Julia Donaldson's rhythmic words are a pleasure to read aloud. Shortlisted for the D&AD Awards 2019.
ISBN 9781509801640Category ChildrenSubcategory Pre-School & Picture Books
Publisher Pan Macmillan UKImprint Two HootsPublished 28/04/2020
Format OtherBinding PaperbackPage extent 32
author note
Julia Donaldson, the 2011-13 UK Children's Laureate, is the prize-winning... »
 
 
 
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