Bing Swing by Ted Dewan
  

Synopsis

Bing Swing by Ted Dewan

Bing Bunny is a lovable, feisty pre-school character, created by Blue Peter award-winning illustrator, Ted Dewan. Bing takes on pre-school challenges such as getting dressed, eating breakfast and going to the park, in his own inimitable style. He is a totally modern pre-schooler and, in Ted Dewan's exciting new computer-generated artwork, has a freshness and friendliness that is both appealing and different from anything else on the market. Bing Swing is a celebration of the thrills (and spills) of the swing! Bing learns the hard lesson of taking turns with his friend, Flop, and also learns a lesson in physics - what goes up, must come down-Don't worry, Bing,It's no big thing-It's a Bing Thing!

About the Author

Ted Dewan

Ted Dewan grew up in Massachusetts where he became a science teacher, but moved to London in 1988, making a living from drawing and playing the accordion. His picture book, Crispin, the Pig Who Had It All, won the Blue Peter Award and was an Honour book for the Kate Greenaway Award. The Bing books were first published in 2003.

Ted and his wife, author/illustrator Helen Cooper, live in Oxford.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
24 pages
Interest Age: from 0 to 5

Author

Ted Dewan
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Author's Website

www.wormworks.com/

Publisher

David Fickling Books an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

2nd September 2004

ISBN

9780385606233


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