Why Giraffe Has a Long Neck by
  

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Why Giraffe Has a Long Neck by

You see, there was a time when Giraffe didn't have a long neck. She had short legs, short horns and a very short, stumpy neck. She was also a very fussy eater ...So what do you think happened when she tried to get some honey from deep inside the tree? Brilliantly colourful Tingatinga artwork tells the story of Giraffe's transformation from a stumpy necked beast with short legs into her elegant Tinga Tinga persona. Featuring the colourful cast of Tinga Tinga animals and glorious Tingatinga -inspired artwork.

About the Author

Tinga Tinga Tales is the groundbreaking animation from Tiger Aspect, makers of the hit children's animation Charlie and Lola. Tiger Aspect Productions are one of the UK's most successful BAFTA-award-winning television producers.Tinga Tinga Tales is inspired by traditional animal stories and the Tingatinga artwork of Tanzania and is animated in Nairobi, Kenya.

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Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 2

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Publisher

Puffin an imprint of Penguin Books Ltd

Publication date

4th August 2011

ISBN

9780141335056


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