One Two That's My Shoe by Alison Murray
  

Synopsis

One Two That's My Shoe by Alison Murray

A unique, warm and super-stylish introduction to the world of counting with an adorable pup and his delightful owner, this is a book set to charm children and parents alike. From the talented creator of the successful Apple Pie ABC comes another irresistible retelling of a traditional verse with a twist.

Reviews

A charming way to learn and have fun. Junior Every page opening is joyously coloured. **** Books For Keeps Fabulous... a charming little tale. Nursery World A super little book aimed at babies and toddlers who are just beginning to learn to count. Birmingham Post Craft at every page turn. muse.jhu.edu

About the Author

Alison Murray grew up in Lanarkshire near Glasgow and studied Textile Design at Glasgow School of Art. After graduating she moved to London and worked in a variety of jobs including bookseller and rug designer before completing a MA in Design for Interactive Media at Middlesex University. She then co-founded, created and built a successful Interactive Media company and then sold it and moved back to Scotland. Alison has now found a new niche, writing and illustrating children's picture books. Her titles for Orchard include Apple Pie ABC, One, Two That's My Shoe, Little Mouse, Hickory Dickory Dog and The House That Zac Built. Alison lives in Glasgow with her husband, her daughter and her dog.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Alison Murray
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Publisher

Orchard Books an imprint of Hachette Children's Group

Publication date

3rd May 2012

ISBN

9781408311974


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