Oh, What a Busy Day by Gyo Fujikawa
  

Synopsis

Oh, What a Busy Day by Gyo Fujikawa

What a special treat! Gyo Fujikawa has concocted a big, beautiful book that goes from morning till night, completely capturing a child's world along the way. Filled with silly jingles and fun rhymes; imaginative ideas for games; things for a daydreaming child to think about and gentle little lessons on kindness and friendship, it will hold kids' attention for hours. And, as always, Fujikawa's sweet and appealing art features a diverse group of youngsters and a menagerie of delightful animals.

About the Author

Gyo Fujikawa (1908-1999) made a career in the advertising world and also enjoyed a lengthy stint at the Walt Disney Studios where she designed the large book version of Fantasia. In 1957, she illustrated her first picture book, A Child's Garden of Verses 9781402750625. Many others followed, some of which she also wrote. Babies 9781402756993, first published in 1963, stands as a landmark: it was the first children's book to depict infants of all races and nations sharing growing experiences. Fujikawa's books have been translated into 17 languages and are read in more than 22 countries.

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Format

Hardback
80 pages

Author

Gyo Fujikawa
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Publication date

10th June 2010

ISBN

9781402768194


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