Who Hoo are You? An Animals Book by Kate Endle
  

Synopsis

Who Hoo are You? An Animals Book by Kate Endle

From tipped-over turtle to hugely happy hippo, from busy buzzy bee to curious calico kitten, this board book features colourful and original collage illustrations.

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In Who Hoo Are You?, little ones will love the cheerful gang of animals, including the curious calico kitten, the hugely happy hippo and the pretty prancing pony. --Red Tricycle The simple shapes forming the artwork add just the right touch to this

About the Author

Kate Endle's work has appeared in children's books and magazines, murals, stickers, greeting cards, and educational materials. She lives in Seattle.

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Book Info

Format

Board book
10 pages

Author

Kate Endle
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Publisher

Publication date

27th December 2012

ISBN

9781570616471


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