Little Big Boubo by Beatrice Alemagna
  

Synopsis

Little Big Boubo by Beatrice Alemagna

I'm not a baby anymore, believe me. I can walk backwards without falling over...almost! The latest book from award-winning illustrator Beatrice Alemagna is a tender and humorous reflection on toddlerhood that will strike a chord with parents and toddlers alike. Boubo is eager to show that he's not a baby anymore - he knows he is on his way to being a 'big kid' and is proud to demonstrate his new-found abilities to prove his case. Little Big Boubo portrays a unique stage of child development with empathy and humour, and is a delightful celebration of a parent's love from one of the most prominent and exciting illustrators working today.

About the Author

Beatrice Alemagna is a multi-award-winning author/illustrator from Bologna, Italy. Now living in Paris, she has worked as the poster artist for Centre Pompidou for over 10 years and is the author of over 20 books for children. Accolades include the Bologna Ragazzi Special Mention Award, the Rueil-Malmaison Best Illustrator Prize and, twice, the Baobab Prize for the most innovative book for children.

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Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Beatrice Alemagna
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Publisher

Tate Publishing

Publication date

4th September 2014

ISBN

9781849762847


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