Let's Play by Gabriel Alborozo
  

Let's Play

Written by Gabriel Alborozo
Illustrated by

RRP £6.99

Synopsis

Let's Play by Gabriel Alborozo

Good morning children! Are you ready to learn about the orchestra? From the tinkling tones of the tiny piccolo to the majesty of the grand piano or the deep rumblings of the mighty tuba this book celebrates the sounds made by the players in an orchestra. Reading it aloud while enjoying the kaleidoscopic pictures makes a perfect way to share your love of music with children.

About the Author

Gabriel Alborozo was born in the UK but grew up in Adelaide and in his twenties lived in Sydney, where he worked in the props department for the Star Wars movies and The Matrix, as well as for a local animation company. Having spent the majority of his career as a cartoonist for magazines such as Private Eye and Punch, he is now writing and illustrating picture books and has published Let's Paint!, The Acrobat and The Colour Thief. He also illustrates books by other authors, such as The Two Tims, written by David Elliott. He currently lives in London but is dusting off his Australian passport.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Gabriel Alborozo
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Publisher

Murdoch Books

Publication date

12th February 2015

ISBN

9781760111175


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