- Kartonnage (Board book)
- Antal sidor
- Frances Lincoln Childrens Books
- 144 x 165 x 20 mm
- 188 g
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It's Party Time for Penguin109Skickas inom 7-10 vardagar.
Gratis frakt inom Sverige över 159 kr för privatpersoner.It's party time for penguin and all the other Antarctic animals! Watch as the frosty critters have fun playing party games, singing, eating and spending time with their friends. Seagull has been invited to Penguin's party, and can't wait to meet the other guests. Children will love meeting them, and seeing their faces change as if by magic as they turn the pages that are the perfect size for little hands. The Little Faces board book series encourages children to get involved with charming characters and the situations they're in, while offering satisfying and funny twists at the end. Simply by turning the page, the special paper movement causes the expressions to change from sad to happy, tearful to joy, sleeping to wakefulness! The effect is both fun and exciting, and an effective way of both enhancing storytelling and learning about different facial expressions and the emotions they convey. Little Faces board books are guaranteed to become firm family favourites, with little ones wanting to watch the faces change again and again! Don't forget to check out other books in the series: Little Faces: What Is Fox Up To? Little Faces: Does Your Dad Roar? Little Faces: Don't Wake the Tiger Little Faces: Go to Sleep, Cheeky Monkey
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'Festive fun with Arctic animals - clever Venetian movement is sure to be a hit with little ones.' * Bambino Goodies *
Matthew Morgan is a children's author and editor who lives in London with his wife, three children and dog, Dotty. He loves making books that are fun, and that open a child's imagination to the world around them. Carles Ballesteros was born in Badalona, near Barcelona, in 1977. He now lives in Santiago de Chile and has lived there since 2011, where he teaches illustration classes at the local University and works as an illustrator for various publishers. Carles uses a mixture of traditional drawing skills with digital techniques to create his work.