Tray Plays 2: Let's Shop by Julie Fletcher


Tray Plays 2: Let's Shop by Julie Fletcher

Little ones will love to identify and name the familiar things they see at the shops in this delightful little first word book. Crunchy apples, warm bread, chunky cheese and more! Each book has a sucker on the back, so it stays exactly where you put it! With their wipe-clean, easy-to-turn shaped pages, and bright illustrations, these books are perfect to share with a very young child at mealtimes, playtime or anytime!

About the Author

Julie Fletcher is an exciting and talented new children's book illustrator who studied Illustration at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in Dundee. She has illustrated greetings cards and wrapping paper, and exhibited her work in The Archway Gallery in Lochgilphead. Her bold, appealing style is certain to be a major success. She has also illustrated the WHO'S HIDING series for Campbell Books. Julie lives in Edinburgh.

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Book Info


Board book
16 pages


Julie Fletcher
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Publication date

4th April 2008



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