Hello Farm, How Do You Do? by Marjolein Thiebout


Hello Farm, How Do You Do? by Marjolein Thiebout

This is a chunky, colourful board book that introduces young children to farm animals and their sounds. Loes Botman's beautiful, vibrant illustrations bring the animals to life, and the fun, rhyming text is perfect for reading aloud with little ones.


'A super introduction to animals and their young.'

About the Author

Marjolein Thiebout is a professional educator in the Netherlands. Loes Botman is an illustrator in the Netherlands. She has been widely exhibited and runs workshops.

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Book Info


Board book
14 pages
Interest Age: From 1


Marjolein Thiebout
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Publication date

30th January 2013



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