Around the World by Katherine Lodge
  

Synopsis

Around the World by Katherine Lodge

Follow Mimi as she travels around the world visiting a host of exciting sights from Big Ben in London and the Eiffel Tower in Paris to the Statue of Liberty in New York and the coral reefs of Australia! The challenge is on to find Mimi and her family who are hidden in every country! Can you spot them? Preschoolers will find the ordinary extraordinary with Mimi! Every page is packed with colourful activity as Mimi enjoys common first experiences in a familiar and comforting world. With a fun rhyming story, a board game and over 50 stickers! 'A lovely, fun book for little ones that follows the Where's Wally? format.' The Bookbag

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A lovely, fun book for little ones that follows the Where's Wally? format.

About the Author

Katherine Lodge is the illustrator of several picture books including Shoe Shoe Baby (Gullane) and The Clever Cowboy (Dorling Kindersley), and she recently created the Sasha and Olly series for Simon and Schuster.

Since becoming the mother of two children herself, Katherine has gained a new insight into the preschooler’s world and the result is Seriously Cute, a truly original new series. Bloomsbury is delighted to welcome both Katherine and the Seriously Cute brand to the list. Katherine lives in SE5, London.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Katherine Lodge
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Author's Website

www.seriouslycute.com

Publisher

Publication date

3rd July 2014

ISBN

9781444912920


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