Oh No! by PatrickGeorge
  

Oh No!

Written by PatrickGeorge
Illustrated by PatrickGeorge
Part of the Acetate Series Series

RRP £8.99

Synopsis

Oh No! by PatrickGeorge

An owl is up in a tree and hasn't noticed the cat licking its lips down below. Flip the transparent page over and...oh no! Each spread reveals a new situation. Can you guess what's going to happen next? This book is part of the acetate series by author and illustrator Patrick George: interactive books with transparent pages which change the action. Other books in the series are: Colours, Opposites, Numbers, Shapes, When I grow up...and Animal Rescue.

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There's magic in the concept, and skill in the execution

About the Author

Patrick George, illustrator and designer, started his own publishing and illustration company in 2009 with his wife, designing and illustrating his own children's books. He also works as a freelance illustrator. Patrick's execution is simple and concept-driven. His style has evolved from finding the most economical way of communicating an idea. When working on a new book, he firstly spends time doodling with pencil and paper for inspiration

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
52 pages

Author

PatrickGeorge
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Publisher

PatrickGeorge

Publication date

1st May 2013

ISBN

9781908473097


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