Technicolour Treasure Hunt Learn to Count with Nature by Nan Na Hvass
  

Technicolour Treasure Hunt Learn to Count with Nature

Written by Nan Na Hvass
Illustrated by Nan Na Hvass, Sofie Hannibal

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A counting book, an introduction to colours, and a first word book, this is also a feast for the eye. Groups of natural objects are sorted by colour and illustrated in flamboyant style. The red pages bring together tomatoes, maple leaves, cherries and chilies – can the reader find them all, can they count them? Use the sturdy colour-coded tabs and turn to the page of your choice: green is particularly energising, featuring chameleons, avocados, parrots, water lilies and limes; while on the pink page cockatoos and river dolphins share the space. New publisher Wide Eyed Editions continue to refresh the world of information books, approaching projects with style as well as substance. ~ Andrea Reece

Synopsis

Technicolour Treasure Hunt Learn to Count with Nature by Nan Na Hvass

Technicolor Treasure Hunt Learn to Count with Nature by Hvass & Hannibal

Discover all of nature's colours with a different theme on every spread in this chunky board book, perfect for little fingers.

Learn to count from one to ten with this nature-inspired treasure hunt, which contains 80 first words to see and say.

Turn the tabs of the chunky boards book to discover all the colors of the rainbow.

Visual learning made fun.

About the Author

NAN NA HVASS and SOFIE HANNIBAL are a design studio based in Copenhagen. They have worked with clients including Asos, Heals and Marimekko. These are their first books for children.

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Book Info

Format

Board book
14 pages

Author

Nan Na Hvass
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Author's Website

hvasshannibal.dk/

Publisher

Wide Eyed Editions

Publication date

3rd March 2016

ISBN

9781847807441

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