The Odd One Out by Britta Teckentrup


The Odd One Out by Britta Teckentrup

Can you spot the timid tortoise? And can you spy the shy little shrimp? The visual acuity fun gets more and more intricate with every one of these pull-out postcards, each featuring a different and gloriously detailed design from the original and much-loved Odd One Out. This lovely package, packed with ready-to-send postcards, comes with a linen-effect wrap-over cover, making it the perfect gift pack.


This is actually a cardboard wallet containing fifteen gorgeous animal postcards of artwork that featured in the book of the same name by one of my favourite contemporary-style artists. Spot the surprise on every page - some are easier to find than others - have fun. I would find it almost impossible to part with any of the postcards, which presumably are intended for sending. -- Jill Bennett Red Reading Hub

About the Author

Britta Teckentrup

Britta Teckentrup is an award winning illustrator, author and fine artist. She was born in Hamburg, growing up in a town called Wuppertal. She moved to London in 1988 to study illustration and fine art at St Martin’s College and the Royal College of Art.

Britta is the author and illustrator of many well-loved books for children, including the bestselling The Memory Tree, The Odd One Out and Grumpy Cat, which was selected by the Booktrust’s Bookstart scheme - 250,000 copies to be distributed to families throughout the UK.

Britta has written and illustrated over 80 children’s picture books which have been published in over
20 different countries. Her fine art work has been frequently exhibited at her London gallery and at
art fairs all over the world. After 17 years in the UK Britta now lives and works in Berlin with her Scottish
husband, son Vincent and their old cat, Oskar.

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32 pages


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Publication date

1st March 2015



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