Go! Go! Bobo! Colours
Written by Simon Basher
Illustrated by Simon Basher
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One of a series of chunky board books introducing toddlers to everyday first concepts. In Colours, watch the lovable (but accident-prone!) Bobo bounce through bright, bold scenes, meeting red fire engines, blue butterflies and pink pigs on his way. Each spread is adorned with a big splash of colour, allowing children to identify and learn the colour. Further titles in the series include Numbers, Shapes and Opposites.
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Go! Go! Bobo! Colours by Simon Basher
From Basher, the illustrator who showed the periodic table in a whole new light and gave us his fresh spin on physics, biology, astronomy, rocks and minerals, planet earth and chemistry, comes a series of chunky board books introducing toddlers to everyday first concepts.
Praise for The Periodic Table:
“I love science... It’s great to see a book making it accessible for young children. Science should be fun.” Damien Hirst
“An engrossing read” New Scientist
“This blending of science and art is pure genius.” www.writeaway.org.uk
“a creative bombshell … will transform the way you think.” TES
Praise for Physics:
“Quirky, fact-filled and fun… I defy anyone not to pick it up.” Sue Steel, Simply Books, in The Bookseller
“a little gem of a book that gives the low-down on this important subject.” Sunday Express
Praise for Rocks and Minerals:
“another outstanding title in the Basher Science series... this little book will have young rock hounds spending hours mining its contents.” Curledupkids.com
About the Author
Interest Age: 3
More books by Simon Basher
Kingfisher Books Ltd an imprint of Pan Macmillan
18th April 2011
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