Flippety Flaps: Who's That Singing? by Jason Chapman
  

Synopsis

Flippety Flaps: Who's That Singing? by Jason Chapman

There's some tuneful singing in the jungle and it's waking up the animals! Who could the singers be? Join the curious jungle animals on their hunt! A delightful book filled with hilarious 'flippety-flap' pull-tabs that make sleepy eyes and mouths open and shut, and a surprise touch-and-feel felt ending which bring the story to life!

About the Author

Jason Chapman

Jason Chapman has produced illustrations for the Natural History Museum, the Singapore Science Centre and Chicago Field Museum. He is the Artist in Residence at The Battersea Dog’s and Cat’s home and has illustrated numerous children's books. He also wrote and illustrated Stan and Mabel and Ted, Bo and Diz: The First Adventure. He lives in Devon with his wife and three children.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
12 pages

Author

Jason Chapman
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Author's Website

www.jasonchapman.uk/

Publisher

Campbell Books Ltd an imprint of Pan Macmillan

Publication date

6th February 2009

ISBN

9780230706538


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