Who's Hiding in the Jungle by Debbie Tarbett


Who's Hiding in the Jungle by Debbie Tarbett

Guess which animals are hiding, in these games of hide-and-seek. The funny rhyming text gives the clues, then the page slides open to reveal the cheeky creature beneath!

About the Author

Debbie Tarbett worked for an animation company for a number of years before becoming a freelance illustrator in 2002, and has worked on the BAFTA award-winning MAISY series. Debbie plays squash for the Devon league, enjoys scuba diving and snowboarding and has been learning to surf. She lives in Exeter with her partner, Chris, and their two goldfish. Debbie illustrated the award-winning TEN WRIGGLY WIGGLY CATERPILLARS for Little Tiger Press.

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Book Info


Board book
14 pages
Interest Age: 1-3


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Publication date

6th February 2006



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