Up to the Skies by Nanette Newman, Sam Williams
  

Synopsis

Up to the Skies by Nanette Newman, Sam Williams

A book for browsing, dipping into, and sharing between toddlers and adults. A book to answer the questions young children always ask. Simple text and charming, child friendly illustrations make this a delightful celebration of early childhood, as a toddler with a new baby sister asks about his/her own babyhood. Other Hodder Toddler titles include: What's That Noise? Flip and Flop, Cartwheels in the Kitchen, One Too Many Tigers, Mouse and Elephant, Squeak! Squeak! Flip and Flop, Little Sunbeam

Reviews

My children enjoyed this book especially the rhyming words and illustrations. A good book to discuss and explore the babyhood years and how we develop and change. Clearly printed - fun to look at and share together. -- Somerset Children's Book Review

About the Author

Nanette Newman: Nanette Newman is a household name. She shot to fame at a very young age when she starred in International Velvet. She has numerous picture books to her name including the very popular God Is Love series. She is married to the producer and actor Brian Forbes. Sam Williams is the former publisher David Bennett - David is married with two children and is an established illustrator.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
24 pages

Author

Nanette Newman, Sam Williams
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Publisher

Hodder Children's Books an imprint of Hachette Children's Books

Publication date

20th September 2001

ISBN

9780340805060


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