Amos Jellybean Gets it Right by Joanna Walsh
  

Synopsis

Amos Jellybean Gets it Right by Joanna Walsh

Amos Jellybean is a bright child, sometimes he has problems remembering. From sitting on his breakfast to eating his clothes, jumping on his hat and carrying his bike, he muddles his way to school and home again. No matter how hard he tries, poor Amos just can't seem to get it right. A wonderful picture book for all those who have ever been in a muddle!

Reviews

With a kaleidoscope of textures, crayons drawings, shapes and patterns with a distinct retro vibe, Joanna matches the images perfectly to the concept and then creates further confusion with text that shoots off in all directions. But don't worry if this is all beginning to sound a bit too complex for a bedtime read - somehow the chaos is organised so that you know where to read... I wanted the story to be reassuring says Joanna. I think all children get confused. Children's lives are so busy

About the Author

JOANNA WALSH is a witty, inventive and highly individual picture book writer and
illustrator, as well as an accomplished graphic designer. The Biggest Kiss is her first
picture book text for Simon and Schuster. She is also the author/illustrator of All
Asleep and Amos Jellybean Gets it Right (Hodder). A graduate of Central St
Martin's Illustration course, her editorial work includes commissions from the
Guardian, Elle Decoration, the Sunday Times and the New York Times.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3 To 99

Author

Joanna Walsh
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Publisher

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

Publication date

17th February 2005

ISBN

9780340882221


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