Who's Who in the Water by Andy Mansfield, Eryl Norris


Who's Who in the Water by Andy Mansfield, Eryl Norris

Deep under the water there are eyes peeping out from all around - but who do they belong to? Each character is revealed as a pop-up on each page, including a crocodile, a fish and an octopus. But whose big eyes are those watching everyone from the corner...? It's only a teeny, tiny tadpole! A bold black and white book with eye-catching spots of colour.

About the Author

Andy Mansfield is a paper engineer, writer and the creative brain behind a variety of Templar titles. He designed and paper-engineered the best-selling Pop-up Sounds: Peter Pan. 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. This is her first series of pop-up fiction titles.

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16 pages


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Publication date

1st June 2015



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