Buster's Brilliant Colour by Numbers by Emily Golden Twomey
  

Synopsis

Buster's Brilliant Colour by Numbers by Emily Golden Twomey

Children will love following the number codes to colour the shapes and reveal a hidden picture on every page. Packed with stylish, fun and striking illustrations to work through, with varying levels of difficulty, this is a great colouring challenge and a fun way to practise number recognition.

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An old favourite given a new twist in a way that will give many hours of pleasure and produce dozens of pictures... great fun! Parents in Touch

About the Author

Emily Golden lives and works as an illustrator in Bristol. Since graduating with a first class degree in Illustration, she has worked with a wide range of clients including United Airlines, Scholastic, Buster Books and Oxford University Press. She has illustrated two picture books, the first of which (The Loon on the Moon) won the Dundee Picture Book Award 2012. She is inspired by the 'Golden Age' of fairytales and artists such as Edward Gorey and Aubrey Beardsley. A wide selection of Emily's work can be viewed on her website www.emilygolden.co.uk.

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Format

Paperback
64 pages
Interest Age: From 5

Author

Emily Golden Twomey
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Publication date

3rd October 2013

ISBN

9781780552026


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