Match and Muddle: Farmyard Fun by Ian Cunliffe


Match and Muddle: Farmyard Fun by Ian Cunliffe

These unique books will provide hours of mix-and-match fun for youngsters! Readers can use the animal characters, each Velcro-backed and with a touch-and-feel tummy, to make up their own scenes on every spread -- either the right way round or all muddled up! The characters can then be safely stored in the special resealable blister pack until readers are ready for the next round of mix-and-match fun.

About the Author

Ian Cunliffe is a popular children's illustrator and has illustrated a number of well known titles, including The Bun Gun and A Very Fishy Battle for Puffin. He has also recently completed a project illustrating twelve Helping Hand books for the Duchess of York. His other work includes magazines, advertising, charities, educational publishing and recently a range of toys for Hamleys. He lives in Sunbury-On-Thames with his wife Emily, two children and a cat called 'Patchamillion'.

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10 pages


Ian Cunliffe
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Publication date

1st August 2008



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