Busy Books: Busy Airport by Rebecca Finn
  

Synopsis

Busy Books: Busy Airport by Rebecca Finn

It's a very busy day at the airport! The simple push or pull of a tab in this chunky, interactive board book can cause all sorts of amazing things to happen: bags go round the carousel, helicopters take off and aeroplanes fly through the clouds! Full of delightful detail and magical mechanisms, this is the perfect book for keeping busy hands and busy minds entertained for hours.

About the Author

Rebecca Finn started illustrating as a child by drawing her own pictures for the books she read. She then studied Illustration at Kingston University, and now illustrates full time, working from a loft overlooking the north Kent coast. Rebecca loves to draw and paint anything and everything, from fairies and pirates to rabbits and building sites! She lives with her husband, Ed Eaves, who is also an illustrator, and a terrier called Ralphie.

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Book Info

Format

Board book
10 pages
Interest Age: From 2 To 99

Author

Rebecca Finn
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Publisher

Campbell Books Ltd an imprint of Pan Macmillan

Publication date

20th May 2005

ISBN

9781405047951


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