A Little Boy's Gift by Karen Williamson
  

Synopsis

A Little Boy's Gift by Karen Williamson

Explore the concept of faith in an approachable way with this fantastic board book, retelling the story of feeding the 5,000. The colourful tabs, which feature a character or object poking out from between the pages, give children a clue to the rest of the scene and prompt a chance for them to pick a favourite. With whimsical illustrations and child-friendly text, it's sure to become an instant favourite with preschoolers and parents alike.

Reviews

'Great illustrations which will appeal to young children'

About the Author

Karen Williamson worked as a London primary school teacher and publisher's editor before launching a successful career as a full-time writer. With three children of her own, she specializes in Bible stories for young readers. Chris Embleton-Hall is an English based artist specializing in children's illustration who uses a mixture of digital styles, most recently incorporating pattern and texture. He spent hours of his spare time as a child drawing with his granddad, before studying for a degree in illustration.

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Book Info

Format

Board book
12 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Karen Williamson
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Publisher

Candle Books an imprint of Lion Hudson Plc

Publication date

15th February 2013

ISBN

9781859859605


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