Where Did They Go? by Emily Bornoff
  

Synopsis

Where Did They Go? by Emily Bornoff

Where has the polar bear gone? Where did the lemur go? Can you find them? In this stunning spotting book from illustrator Emily Bornoff, search for endangered animals in jungles, in deserts and on the ice. Bornoff's lovely patterns and the playful hide-and-seek elements make this a charming, interactive title and it also has a fascinating non-fiction element; every animal in WHERE DID THEY GO? is endangered. Learn where in the world they come from and what is being done to save them.

Reviews

This spotting book carries a strong environmental message and offers parents an excellent opportunity to discuss the plight of endangered species with their child. [...] Bornoff's lovely patterns and the playful hide-and-seek elements make this a charming, interactive title and it also has a fascinating non-fiction element

About the Author

Emily Bornoff is a children's picture book designer, writer and illustrator working in traditional print-making techniques including lithography, screenprinting, intaglio and relief. Having recently graduated from the Cambridge School of Art's Children's Book Illustration programme she is now focused on creating new children's picture books and prints.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Emily Bornoff
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Publisher

Big Picture Press an imprint of Templar Publishing

Publication date

1st October 2015

ISBN

9781783702787


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