How Gator says good-bye! An Adventure in Eight Languages by Abigail Samoun


How Gator says good-bye! An Adventure in Eight Languages by Abigail Samoun

This book is suitable for ages 2 to 4. How many ways can Gator say 'good-bye'? Find out as he travels from China, Japan and India, to Egypt, Russia and France, and finally to Argentina and back home again to San Francisco. It's hard to leave friends, but learning how to bid someone farewell in seven different languages is easy!

About the Author

Award- winning Abigail Samoun has edited the series Edgar & Ellen, which sold over 500,000 copies worldwide in 12 languages and inspired a cartoon series on Nickelodeon. In 2011, she cofounded Red Fox Literary, a children's book agency representing authors and illustrators. Her novelty book What's in Your Purse? will be published in Spring 2014 by Chronicle. Sarah Watts went to Ringling College of Art and Design. She then worked at International Greetings creating patterns for stationery, gift bags, and other giftables. Sarah then started a career as an independent illustrator, and her clients include Simon & Schuster, Amazon Children's Publishing, Random House UK, and Penguin Books UK.

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Book Info


Board book
22 pages
Interest Age: 2-4


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Publication date

27th February 2014



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