One Hundred Words Learn to Write Your First Letters with Little Mouse by Anna Kovecses

One Hundred Words Learn to Write Your First Letters with Little Mouse

Written by Anna Kovecses
Illustrated by Anna Kovecses

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Learning to write is a fun process with Little Mouse. Across 56 pages, each livened by Anna Kovecses’ stylishly retro illustrations, are different drawing and writing exercises designed to help children with their handwriting. It starts with diagrams showing how to hold a pencil and how to draw straight and curved lines and by the end children will be confidently forming letters and writing whole words. Little Mouse looks on and helps, a friendly presence, and the book has the fun feel of an activity book as well as being a practical leaning guide. Attractive to look at and effective. ~ Andrea Reece


One Hundred Words Learn to Write Your First Letters with Little Mouse by Anna Kovecses

Following the success of Anna Kovecses' vocabulary builder, One Thousand Things, comes One Hundred Words, a book of first words for children to practise their handwriting. Apprentice writers are guided by ledger lines and ghost-written, print-style letters are accompanied by illustrations throughout. A stylish way for children to reinforce important early skills.

About the Author

Young, dynamic illustrator ANNA KOVECSES's work marries contempory minimalism with an appealing retro-modern illustration style. Born in Hungary, she lives and works in Cyprus.

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56 pages


Anna Kovecses
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Frances Lincoln Childrens Books an imprint of Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd

Publication date

7th April 2016




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