Whose Baby am I? by John Butler
  

Synopsis

Whose Baby am I? by John Butler

A very simple and enchanting book with sturdy card pages, that introduces the concept of mothers and babies in the animal world. The book works as a guessing game - the animal with the question: Whose baby am I? on one page and the answer revealedon the next.

About the Author

John Butler is a part-time lecturer in graphic design and illustration as well as a freelance illustrator. He has produced a range of wonderful wildlife books with Theresa Radcliffe. John lives in Kent.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
24 pages
Interest Age: From 1

Author

John Butler
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Publisher

Puffin an imprint of Penguin Books Ltd

Publication date

3rd May 2001

ISBN

9780140567755


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