Families Families Families by Suzanne Lang
  

Synopsis

Families Families Families by Suzanne Lang

If you love each other, then you're a family...Do you have two dads? Or one step mum? Or what about the world's biggest grandpa? Discover a whole host of silly animal families in this hilarious celebration of the love found in families big and small. Max Lang's award-winning art style and Suzanne Lang's hilarious rhymes will tickle the tail feathers of readers big, small and everything in between.

Reviews

Families can take many different shapes and forms and this engaging book looks at animal families in all their variety in a superb celebration of family life. It's an excellent way to introduce different sorts of families - animal and human - and to show that what counts, above all, is love. The wonderful illustrations are themsselves a celebration of difference, with plenty of different approaches taken to show animal families of all sorts. A great springboard for discussion. Parents in Touch Families can take many different shapes and forms and this engaging book looks at animal families in all their variety in a superb celebration of family life. It's an excellent way to introduce different sorts of families - animal and human - and to show that what counts, above all, is love. The wonderful illustrations are themsselves a celebration of difference, with plenty of different approaches taken to show animal families of all sorts. A great springboard for discussion. Parents in Touch

About the Author

Suzanne Lang (Author) Suzanne Lang produces, develops and writes for children's television. She is a producer for Nickelodeon international's animated-shorts program and previously worked for Cartoon Network. Suzanne loves animals (especially cats and monkeys) and chocolate (especially with praline filling.)Max Lang (Illustrator) Max Lang is an animation director, storyboard artist, character designer, and illustrator. He codirected the film adaptation of The Gruffalo, which was nominated for an Oscar and a BAFTA, as well as the Oscar-nominated adaptation of Room on the Broom, which has won numerous awards, including an International Emmy, a BAFTA, and the Cristal for Best TV Production. Suzanne and Max live in England with their daughter and a trouble-prone cat.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Suzanne Lang
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Publisher

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

Publication date

26th March 2015

ISBN

9780552572927


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