Whose Food? by Jonathan Litton


Whose Food? by Jonathan Litton

Use the rhyming clues and the spinning wheel to help Dog find his bone, Rabbit find her carrot cake and Mouse find his cheese. Or mix and match to create crazy combinations - there are 36 possibilities!

About the Author

Jonathan Litton has a pair of maths-teaching parents and briefly became a maths teacher himself, before starting life as a children's book author. Over the last five years he has written and edited a number of non-fiction titles. Thomas Flintham studied illustration at Camberwell College of Art. He also illustrated the award-winning Super Science series and some f, and uses his funky, cartoony illustrations to bring non-fiction subjects to life.

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Board book
5 pages


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Publication date

1st May 2013



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