A sparkly and fun way to learn about patterns!
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Are bees spotty? No, of course they aren't - but all the playful questions and correct answers in this book are a great way to introduce and involve very young children in learning about patterns. Books like this can be shared even with small babies, as the bold and colourful high-contrast images and eye-catching foil are perfectly designed to capture their interest. As they get older they will enjoy putting their fingers through the die-cut holes and start to appreciate the humour in the text. These first books are sparkly and stylish, but most of all, fun!About the Author:
Amy Blay is an exciting new illustrator on the Campbell list who has previously illustrated projects for The Art Group, Hallmark UK, WHSmith and Woodmansterne, amongst others. She gets her inspiration from design blogs and books, vintage books, fabric and packaging. Amy lives in Cheltenham.
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Book Description Pan Macmillan, 2012. Board book. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0230761151