Dot and Dash are Dressing Up by Emma Dodd

Dot and Dash are Dressing Up

Written by Emma Dodd

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A beautifully tactile board book with lots to touch and feel making loads to talk about with young readers. Follow Dot and Dash and their friends as they dress up and play all kinds of games together. Dot has a furry pirate hat, Dash finds a shiny and sparkling magic wand. There’s a filly tutu for Big the elephant and a shiny satin cape for Tall the giraffe.


Dot and Dash are Dressing Up by Emma Dodd

Dot and Dash are dressing up, and so are their friends Big, Tall and Small. Dot wants to be a pirate, and Dash wants to be a wizard...but Small may have found the best costume of all. Little ones will love spotting the dressing-up costumes in this fun touch-and-feel book.

About the Author

Emma Dodd

Emma studied Graphic Design and Illustration at Saint Martin's College, London. Upon leaving she worked in advertising in London (clients included BMW) and Los Angeles (working for Pentagram New York and Weight Watchers).

She has also worked in animation and editorial - clients still include The Guardian newspaper. Emma is very much an outdoor person - she loves light and space and spends a lot of time sketching and drawing as well as walking Bart, her dog.

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Publication date

1st February 2010




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