Can You Move Like an Elephant? by Judy Hindley
  

Synopsis

Can You Move Like an Elephant? by Judy Hindley

Can you move like an elephant? Creep like a snail? Or spring like a deer? This imaginative, rhythmic text accompanied by bold, vibrant illustrations encourages children to stomp, swing, swoop or spring like animals.

Reviews

Follow this imaginative, vibrant picture book to find out if you can stomp, swing, swoop and spring like animals. Perfect for a parent and child to share Parents News; A book for sharing with the very young, it's likely to have a wide and varied appeal School Librarian

About the Author

Judy Hindley lives near an ancient forest in a town built in the time of knights and castles in Wiltshire. Judy says, 'I like winter because it's one of the best and cosiest times for reading books.' Manya Stojic is originally from Yugoslavia, but now lives in North London with her husband, children's author/illustrator Ken Wilson-Max. Her previous picture book, Rain (David Bennett Books) has been highly praised.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Judy Hindley
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Publisher

Corgi Childrens an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

3rd February 2005

ISBN

9780552548113


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