Peepo, Bunny! by Ella Butler
  

Synopsis

Peepo, Bunny! by Ella Butler

This innovative board book, with wonderfully bright illustrations, has a fabulous novelty that is sure to delight young readers. With die-cut holes throughout, children can say 'Peepo!' to all the animals and watch as one animal is transformed into another as if by magic! Finally, they can say 'Peepo!' to themselves in the mirror on the last page.

About the Author

Ella was born in London and studied a degree in Fine Art at Winchester School of Art. As well as being an illustrator, Ella is a senior designer and has worked in pre-school publishing since 2001 and enjoys face painting in her free time. Ella lives in London with her partner and her young son.

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Book Info

Format

Board book
10 pages

Author

Ella Butler
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Publication date

1st January 2010

ISBN

9780230743762


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