The Big Book of Words and Pictures by Ole Konnecke
  

The Big Book of Words and Pictures

Written by Ole Konnecke

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Nominated for the 2011 German Youth Literature Prize (Deutscher Jugendliteraturpreis). A gorgeously simple ‘naming’ book, this book lists loads of the familiar things a small child comes across at home and outdoors. Each of the attractive illustrations is small and instantly recognisable so just pointing and saying what you see is fun.

Synopsis

The Big Book of Words and Pictures by Ole Konnecke

A large format board book of early concept words and pictures, full of charm and humour.

About the Author

Ole Konnecke

Ole Könnecke was born in 1961 and spent his childhood in Sweden. He now works as a freelance illustrator in Hamburg, Germany. He wrote Anton Can Do Magic (Gecko Press, 2010).

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Format

Board book

Author

Ole Konnecke
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Publisher

Gecko Press

Publication date

7th October 2011

ISBN

9781877467875

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