Pup Goes to School Peek Street by Eryl Norris, Valeria Valenza
  

Synopsis

Pup Goes to School Peek Street by Eryl Norris, Valeria Valenza

Pup is off for his first day at school, and is ready to make lots of new friends! He takes part in all the different lessons and experiences - from art class and reading time to lunchtime and playtime - making new friends along the way. In all the scenes in this book, children will love lifting the flaps to spot a variety of objects and pointing out new or familiar settings to spark discussion points about school with parents. The emphasis on the excitement of discovery on a first day at school and the joy of making friends is highlighted throughout.

About the Author

Valeria Valenza was born in Cagliari in 1977 and has lived in Bologna since 2001. She attended the Academy of Fine Art in Sardinia and went on to be published in the UK, Italy and around the world. This is Valeria's first book for Templar. Eryl Norris is a writer, editor and all-round enthusiast for children's books. Having once worked as an archaeologist, she now enjoys creating fun non-fiction science and novelty books.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
16 pages

Author

Eryl Norris, Valeria Valenza
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Publisher

Templar Publishing

Publication date

1st July 2015

ISBN

9781783702220


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