Ping and Pong the Penguins by Sylviane Gangloff
  

Synopsis

Ping and Pong the Penguins by Sylviane Gangloff

What happens when a storybook character encounters the illustrator who drew him--and talks back? In this imaginative series, four animals engage with the illustrator's hand in amusing--and sometimes infuriating!--ways. These interactive stories, featuring bold graphics that will appeal to artists and art teachers, are excellent read-aloud books for young children. Two stubborn birds quarrel upon meeting, each wanting to be the sole star of the book. Gradually, their competiveness turns to camaraderie as they encounter an artist wielding an eraser--threatening their very existence!

Reviews

Gangloff's emotive cartoons capture the penguin's best and worst instincts alike as their angry, irate sentiments give way to generosity and artistic collaboration. -- Publishers Weekly Part of a four-book series, these interactive stories will appeal to young children and art teachers. - Library Journal

About the Author

Sylviane Gangloff, an artist based in France, holds a degree in illustration from the School of Decorative Arts of Strasbourg.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
36 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Sylviane Gangloff
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Publisher

Abbeville Kids,US an imprint of Abbeville Press Inc.,U.S.

Publication date

1st October 2015

ISBN

9780789212443


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