Clockwise by Sarah Pinto
  

Clockwise

Written by Sarah Pinto

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Children are usually keen to learn to tell the time from 4 or 5 upwards and this is the first book that I’ve seen that really does it in a fun way. The author has cleverly orchestrated the telling of the time through a delightful tale in which a little boy visits a clock shop. Vivid illustrations with clear clock faces too will ensure children enjoy the experience of learning to tell the time rather than feeling confused.

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Clockwise by Sarah Pinto

Thomas lives in a very busy home. With the help of a friendly clockmaker and a real clock, Thomas discovers how much fun it can be to learn to tell the time! This book comes with it's own clock kit, which includes a clock face to decorate, a working clock mechanism, and second, minute and hour hands to attach and learn from - just as Thomas does.

About the Author

Sarah Pinto
Sara Pinto is a graphic designer who lives with her family in Montpelier, Vermont. She worked on The Alphabet Room, which is her first book, as part of her graduation project. The bright art and fresh approach to the alphabet introduces a lively new talent to the world of children's books. The Alphabet Room was the recipient of the PEN New England Children's Book Discovery Award.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
Contains 1 Book and 1 Toy

Author

Sarah Pinto
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Publisher

Bloomsbury Publishing Plc

Publication date

4th September 2006

ISBN

9780747576457

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