A Drove of Bullocks A Compilation of Animal Collective Nouns by PatrickGeorge
  

A Drove of Bullocks A Compilation of Animal Collective Nouns

Written by PatrickGeorge
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Synopsis

A Drove of Bullocks A Compilation of Animal Collective Nouns by PatrickGeorge

A litter of kittens, a train of camels, a pride of lions: these are some of the animal collective nouns you may already know. But have you heard of a parcel of hogs, an embarrassment of pandas or a business of ferrets? Then turn the pages of this book to discover a collection of lesser-known and sometimes more fanciful ones...

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Stunning, gorgeous, and tremendously appealing . . . the whole thing is so witty. Chris Brown, reviews editor, School Librarian

About the Author

PatrickGeorge is an independent publisher that offers a full range of graphic design and illustration services. By focusing on unique designs and bold illustrations, they aim to produce books for kids that are witty and educational, colorful and accessible, challenging and stimulating, and perhaps most importantly fun.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

PatrickGeorge
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Publisher

PatrickGeorge

Publication date

26th July 2012

ISBN

9781908473035


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