Don't Eat This Book by David Sinden, Nikalas Catlow
  

Synopsis

Don't Eat This Book by David Sinden, Nikalas Catlow

Don't Eat This Book is no ordinary activity book. It's a chance to ignore everything you've ever been told about what NOT to do to books. Because with this book - anything goes. Here are a few ideas of things you can do with this book: splat it, soak it, rip it, wear it, tear it, bling it, camouflage it, glue it, break it, stick it, bury it, whack it ...In fact, you can do almost anything with it - just don't eat it! Don't Eat this Book is for everyone - young and old - and is guaranteed to bring out hidden imagination and creativity in the most unexpected ways!

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A must-have for the holidays -- Sarah Kingsford Sunday Express For those of a rebellious nature or children with a book phobia, this book conquers the conundrum of the boring book. This is a great beginner book for reluctant readers ... it will engage the hidden imagination and creativity of all ages. This book flies in the face of convention

About the Author

Writer and illustrator team David Sinden and Nikalas Catlow have worked together for many years. Don't Eat this Book is their first official co-authored title.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
288 pages
Interest Age: From 7

Author

David Sinden, Nikalas Catlow
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Publisher

Red Fox an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

5th July 2012

ISBN

9781849417785


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