When I Grow Up by Tad Carpenter
  

Synopsis

When I Grow Up by Tad Carpenter

All kids dream about what they'll be when they grow up - and this fun book, with its guessing game format, introduces toddlers to different professions. By listening to the clues in the text and looking closely at the illustrations, children try to figure out whether the person hidden under the flap is a doctor, lawyer, teacher, fireman, cop, or vet. A final Spread shows everyone together!

About the Author

Tad Carpenter is an illustrator, designer, and teacher. His first book was Sad Santa (Sterling) and he has worked with Macy's, Adobe, Target, MTV, Hallmark Cards, Nick Jr., and Publix, to name a few. He feels very lucky to draw, paint, and create for a living. Tad lives in Kansas City, MO, with his wife, Jessica, who is also a graphic designer.

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Book Info

Format

Board book
16 pages

Author

Tad Carpenter
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Publisher

Sterling an imprint of Sterling Publishing Co Inc

Publication date

19th November 2015

ISBN

9781454912286


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