Okey-dokey Ding-a-ling by Mike Artell
  

Synopsis

Okey-dokey Ding-a-ling by Mike Artell

Okey-Dokey Ding-A-Ling's title alone gives the reader an idea of the whimsical story and goofy rhymes that make this delightfully illustrated book with lift-the-flap, pull-tab, and pop-up pages a must to read aloud. Ridiculous rhymes drive this imaginative book, which follows a penguin narrator and its nonsensical story of funny words with lift-the-flap and pull-tab parts.

About the Author

Mike Artell is an award-winning children's book author, illustrator and television cartoonist. His children's books include nationally recognised lift-the-flap board books as well as humor, how-to, and non-fiction books. Mike has also written and illustrated teacher and parent resource books. He lives in Covington, Louisiana. You can visit his website at www.mikeartell.com. Bill Ledger studied Technical illustration and has been a freelance designer since graduating. He won a British animation award for Those Scurvy Rascals for Nickelodeon for his character designs. He lives and works at home south of London with his wife and two children. Visit him on the web at: http://www.billledger.com/

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
14 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Mike Artell
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Publisher

Publication date

13th June 2009

ISBN

9780762434404


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