Cat and Bat, Hare and Bear, Dog and Frog, Duck and Goose et al are looking for a finder in their game of hide and seek. Do you want to play? Well close your eyes and make sure that you don't peep. One, two, three, four...Who's that hiding in the yard? He's sleek and Black With paws and claws. When you've found him turn the page...As each animal is found he or she joins in the game, until: The last one left has won the game. Who is it, who could the winner be? Why don't you left the pot and see...
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We are Cat and Bat, Hare and Bear, Frog and Hog, Duck and Goose and Mouse and Moose.
Would you like to play a game of hide and seek?
Yes? Well, close your eyes, count to ten, and make sure you don?t peek!
There's an animal hiding in every spread of this ingenious picture book. But you must find each one before you can move on to the next. Can you reach the end and discover the crafty winner?
Here?s a playful picture book with vibrant illustrations and a delightful surprise ending.
[jacket front flap]
Cat and Bat, Hare and Bear, Frog and Hog, Duck and Goose, and Mouse and Moose are having fun playing hide and seek! Kids can play along with them by closing their eyes, counting to ten, and turning each page to a new and funny illustration. First, kids must find the Cat who is hiding in a field. His colors blend in with the many other details in this vividly colored illustration, so toddlers will have to look very carefully. Once they?ve found Cat, they can turn to the next page and seek out another animal friend in hiding. Finally, at the story?s end, all the animals have been found and have returned home to rest. All except one?the little Mouse! Where has Mouse gone? Boys and girls will be delighted by the surprising answer to this question.
[jacket back flap]
John Rowe, was born in Surrey, England, and received his training at the Epsom School of Art and Design. He held a wide variety of jobs before first publishing his illustrations in 1990 in a children?s book based on one of Rudyard Kipling?s Just So Stories. Since then, he has written and illustrated several children?s books and has won numerous international awards for his work. Amazing Animal Hide and Seek is his first book for Barron?s.
John Rowe was born in Surrey in 1949. After leaving school he had a variety of jobs including one as a grave-digger for the local council. In 1970 he started a Foundation course at Twickenham College of Technology followed by a degree in Fine Art at Epsom School of Art and Design. John's first book for Hutchinson, How Many Monkeys? was published in 1993 to great acclaim. Can You Spot the Spotty Dog? was published in 1996.
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Book Description Hutchinson, 2003. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 91768594
Book Description Hutchinson, 2003. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0091768594