Twinkle Tots Max at the Seaside by Liz Pope
  

Synopsis

Twinkle Tots Max at the Seaside by Liz Pope

Max is going to the seaside for the first time and he is very excited. But the waves are too noisy and he doesn't like the sand between his toes! Can Molly help Max relax?Max and Molly are going to the seaside for the first time. Max is very excited because he is very good at swimming. The sea is glistening but Max isn't sure he likes the noise or the feel of sand between his toes. And what's more no one told him the water would move! Molly soon helps him overcome his fear and Max decides he is very good at paddling. With its na 'vely crafted, decorative artwork and a splash of glitter on every page, Twinkle Tots is the only fresh and funky brand for this age group; and as such will be as appealing to yummy mummies as to their young tots. With scenarios to which any young child can relate, these books are gentle, fun and tactile.

About the Author

Kate and Liz Pope, who illustrate the series, are identical twins. Sometimes they work on the same piece of artwork at the same time! They have illustrated two picture books, for Chicken House, Wanda's First Day and Mermaid Dreams. They live in Derbyshire.

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Book Info

Format

Board book
16 pages
Interest Age: from 0 to 5 To 5

Author

Liz Pope
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Publisher

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

Publication date

1st March 2007

ISBN

9781862303157


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