A Pandemonium of Parrots by Kate Baker
  

Synopsis

A Pandemonium of Parrots by Kate Baker

From a flamboyance of flamingos to a conspiracy of lemurs this is a fabulous celebration of creatures from around the world and their weird and wonderful collective names. Catch a glimpse into their fascinating worlds and have fun with the simple search and find games on every page. With fresh and offbeat illustrations by new talent Hui Skipp, this is the perfect gift for curious young minds.

Reviews

...this is a fabulous celebration of animals from around the world, there's lots to learn about each animal on every page. Angels & Urchins I was excited the moment I received this book - it's colourful, appealing and lively. Hui Skipp's illustrations bring the animals to life on the paper, making it a piece of art. Childtastic Books blog I love collective nouns - they offer such wonderful opportunities to have fun with words, and this big colourful book uses them to perfection... This is a lovely book that will give many hours of pleasure. Parents in Touch

About the Author

Hui Skipp (Illustrator) Hui Skipp is a London-based illustrator but was born and raised in Taiwan where she studied sculpture at the prestigious National Taiwan University of Arts. Hui has worked for several years in graphic design, greetings-card creation and TV set design, developing a fresh and offbeat artwork style with a nod to the folk theme.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Kate Baker
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Publisher

Big Picture Press an imprint of Templar Publishing

Publication date

1st August 2016

ISBN

9781783704620


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