Katie's Moose A Keek-a-boo Book for Wee Folk by Matthew Fitt, James Robertson
  

Synopsis

Katie's Moose A Keek-a-boo Book for Wee Folk by Matthew Fitt, James Robertson

Where's Katie's moose? There it is noo. Keek-a-boo! See that wee moose Runnin roon the hoose. Where's Katie's bear? There it is noo. Keek-a-boo! See that puir bear Doon there on the flair. Katie's Moose is the follow-up publication to the best-selling Kaite's Coo: Traditional Scots Rhymes For Wee Folk . Babies and young children will love the simple story of Katie gathering up her animal friends in time for bed. Each page shows Katie looking for the Dug, the Pig, the Bear, the Craw, the Coo and of course the wee Moose. Sometimes they're not that easy to find - until you lift the flap. And sometimes they're in quite surprising places! These simple Scots words and sounds, together with Karen Sutherland's bright and cherry illustrations, will make this board book a favourite with bairns and parents alike - especially at bedtime!

About the Author

James Robertson and Matthew Fitt have written numerous books together in Scots including Blethertoun Braes, King o the Midden, A Wee Book of Fairy Tales and A Moose in the Hoose. Karen Sutherland is an award-winning artist who is also the illustrator of Animal ABC, A Moose in the Hoose and Eck the Bee.

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Book Info

Format

Board book
14 pages

Author

Matthew Fitt, James Robertson
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Publication date

14th August 2006

ISBN

9781845020965


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