Little Roar's Five Butterflies by Jo Lodge


Little Roar's Five Butterflies by Jo Lodge

An adorable new character from the creator of the international hit Mr Croc, these bright and bold Little Roar storybooks cover early-learning themes such as counting, colours and shapes. Join Little Roar and his friends in this interactive counting story that's perfect for preschool children. Little Roar is trying to count the busy butterflies but they keep whizzing away through the jungle. Toddlers will love lifting the chunky tabs to count the five colourful butterflies and sliding out the final page for a special surprise! 'Brilliantly interactive books.' Wendy Cooling, Bookstart


Brilliantly interactive books for toddlers. Wendy Cooling, Bookstart

About the Author

Jo Lodge is an illustrator and paper engineer and was greatly influenced by her artistic parents - her mother, Maureen Roffey, an illustrator, and her father Bernard Lodge, a graphic designer. Jo graduated with a fashion degree from Kingston University and worked for a knitwear company designing their main collection and consulting on projects for Next, Marks & Spencer and Saks Fifth Avenue. Jo is probably best known for her Mr Croc books - over a million copies sold worldwide - but her first books were published by Rod Campbell in 1996 and she is still published by Campbell Books today. She lives in West Sussex with her husband and two sons.

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Board book
20 pages


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Publication date

3rd January 2013



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