Numerical Street by Antonia Pesenti, Hilary Bell
  

Synopsis

Numerical Street by Antonia Pesenti, Hilary Bell

From the creators of the bestselling Alphabetical Sydney comes a counting book set in a bright and quirky streetscape where there's always something new to find. Children will love counting the objects they see as they hop, skip or jump up Numerical Street - past cake shops, hair stylists, laundromats, pet stores and shoe repairers, with all their curious wares on display.

About the Author

Antonia Pesenti is an architect and illustrator, and Hilary Bell is an award-winning playwright. Their friendship turned into a collaboration when they created the bestselling Alphabetical Sydney together. They enjoyed the process so much that they have continued to collaborate, celebrating the beauty and charm of the ordinary in our urban environment.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Antonia Pesenti, Hilary Bell
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Publisher

NewSouth Publishing

Publication date

29th February 2016

ISBN

9781742232287


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