Mouse is Small by Mary Murphy
  

Synopsis

Mouse is Small by Mary Murphy

A bright and colourful Baby Walker board book to help introduce your baby to sizes. Mouse is small, tortoise is bigger, zebra is even bigger and elephant is the biggest of all! As the animals increase in size, so do the pages in this colourful board book for babies, demonstrating the first concept of sizes in an accessible and engaging way for the very young.

About the Author

As a child, Mary Murphy was a constant reader. Her favourite books included Mary Poppins, Peter Pan and Tom’s Midnight Garden. She also loved any stories about animals. Mary was the third of six children.

Mary lives in Galway, Ireland, and describes herself as "fairly outdoorish, but not sporty". She loves walking, swimming, reading and cycling. Mary studied Illustration and Design in Dublin before freelancing as an illustrator. She has always written for pleasure, and soon began developing ideas for children’s books following the antics of characters she had already visualised. A technique she sometimes uses is to draw the character in different situations, and then see what follows on from there.

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Book Info

Format

Board book
16 pages
Interest Age: 0 years, 6 months +

Author

Mary Murphy
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Publisher

Walker Books Ltd

Publication date

5th September 2013

ISBN

9781406348286


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