Danny Diplodocus by Joanne Partis
  

Synopsis

Danny Diplodocus by Joanne Partis

Danny Diplodocus is hungry. He can't eat the squidgy mud or the prickly cactus, but he can eat the shiny fruit. Yum! Little ones will enjoy exploring the interesting tactile elements, such as squashy orange mud and bumpy red pine cones, on every spread of this colourful shaped board book.

About the Author

Joanne has always enjoyed drawing and painting, so after finishing A-Level art, she went on to do a Foundation Course in Illustration at Loughborough. The course encouraged her to find an individual style and allowed her to experiment with different types of illustration.

In her third year, inspired by such classics and The Very Hungry Caterpilla, she began working on an idea for a children's book competition. This is how Stripe was born.

Inspiration has also come from her family cats, Oscar, Psyche, Leo, and Prue, despite their fondness for sitting on freshly painted artwork!

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Book Info

Format

Board book
10 pages

Author

Joanne Partis
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Author's Website

www.joannepartis.co.uk/

Publisher

Scholastic

Publication date

1st June 2009

ISBN

9781407107295


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