Whose Bottom? On Safari by Karen Wall
  

Synopsis

Whose Bottom? On Safari by Karen Wall

A tactile board book complete with interactive flaps, filled with beautifully designed animal friends to delight and charm young readers. On Safari introduces readers to all manner of exotic animals, using gentle and playful words and images.

About the Author

Karen Wall is a freelance designer and illustrator. Together with her husband, Jim Helmore she has created many picture books including the award winning Stripy Horse series, Letterbox Lil, which won the Sheffield Book Prize and the very messy Oh No, Monster Tomato! Her books have been co-editioned in many countries around the world including USA, Canada, Brazil, China Portugal and Indonesia. Karen studied printed textile design at Duncan of Jordanstone College, working for over ten years as a designer and design manager before becoming freelance. She lives in South East London with her husband Jim and daughter Nina.

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Format

Hardback
10 pages

Author

Karen Wall
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Publisher

Simon & Schuster Childrens Books an imprint of Simon & Schuster Ltd

Publication date

30th June 2016

ISBN

9781471145391


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