Who's In The Tree That Shouldn't Be by Craig Shuttlewood
  

Synopsis

Who's In The Tree That Shouldn't Be by Craig Shuttlewood

This romping rhyme with a wicked sense of humour is the outstanding debut of graphic artist Craig Shuttlewood. Who's in the tree that shouldn't be? Who in the snow just does not go? As we visit different habitats, picking up each out-of-place animal as we go, things get more and more ludicrous until all the animals are back in the zoo. And the only one who doesn't live in the zoo is...YOU!

Reviews

Little ones love the excitement of lifting a flap and discovering a surprise underneath. The surprises in this book are very clever as the animal pictured underneath is totally unexpected - who would expect an elephant in the sky or a peacock under the sea? There is a quirky rhyming text and lots of sub-comments to keep interest alive. This unusual book offers lots of opportunities to talk about animals and their homes, stimulated by the beautiful illustrations and charming images. At the end, children are asked to recognise all the creatures. The book is made in good quality card so will withstand all the enthusiastic handling it is bound to receive. A lovely fun book which will be much enjoyed. -- Sarah Parents in Touch

About the Author

Craig Shuttlewood is an artist and illustrator from Brighton, East Sussex, who exhibits his artwork regularly. He combines paint, scribbles and drawing in his work.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
24 pages

Author

Craig Shuttlewood
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Publisher

Publication date

1st January 2014

ISBN

9781848776135


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