Make and Do: Supercute by Margaret Griffiths
  

Synopsis

Make and Do: Supercute by Margaret Griffiths

Welcome to an irresistibly cute world of fun activities and endearing characters! Packed with pictures to colour, scenes to complete, stickers and stencils, press-out models, puzzles - and even a pressout model of Benjamin Bear! Young artists will love this charming world. Lively, informative text and bright, stylish designs by renowned children's illustrator Marion Billet encourage counting and word association in the cutest of ways. The Make and Do series includes: Princess: 978-1-78493-031-8 Pirate: 978-1-78493-032-5 Supercute: 978-1-78493-112-4 Ninja: 978-1-78493-113-1

Reviews

encourage children to have a go at drawing, sticking, colouring and making. Keeping young minds curious and little fingers busy! Armadillo

About the Author

MARION BILLET was born and raised in Lyon, France. After studying illustration at the Emile Cohl School she moved to Paris to kickstart her professional career. She has since worked as a freelance illustrator and has had more than 130 children's books published in 25 different countries. Her adorable characters have appeared in magazines, on stationery and toys, as well as on children's furniture and clothes.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
48 pages
Interest Age: From 4

Author

Margaret Griffiths
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Publisher

QED Publishing

Publication date

13th July 2015

ISBN

9781784931124


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