How Monkey Says My Name is! by Abigail Samoun
  

Synopsis

How Monkey Says My Name is! by Abigail Samoun

Monkey's taking a trip around the world and everywhere she goes she introduces herself in the native language of the country she's visiting. Kids can join her and learn to say my name is in seven different languages: French, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, Arabic, Russian and Hindi. Each my name is phrase is translated and has a pronunciation guide. Full-colour illustrations feature elements about each country's culture and the final spread offers an illustrated map of the protagonist's travels.

About the Author

Abigail Samoun edited the series Edgar & Ellen, which inspired a cartoon series on Nickelodeon in 2011, she co-founded Red Fox Literary, a children's book agency. Sarah Watts went to Ringling College, worked at Carter's for two years, designing images and patterns for baby clothes, and then at International Greetings creating patterns for stationery, gift bags and other 'giftables'. She now works as an independent illustrator.

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Format

Board book

Author

Abigail Samoun
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Publication date

31st March 2016

ISBN

9781454918141


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