The Polar Pack With 5 Paper Animals and Scenery to Make by Madeleine Rogers


The Polar Pack With 5 Paper Animals and Scenery to Make by Madeleine Rogers

This book teaches children about five key animals from the polar regions. It features fun, educational rhymes and bright illustrations throughout. Pocket in the back of the book contains 5 perforated pop-out animals to construct into 3D figures, plus 1 accessory. Teach your children about the animals of the savannah with this fun and educational books. Five animals are explored: penguin, polar bear, snowy owl, walrus and reindeer. With two spreads dedicated to each animal, adults will be able to read the short playful rhyme on each spread to children and look at the bright illustrations. Children are able to pop out the paper animals from the perforated pages contained in a pocket at the back of the book and create 3D figures simply by folding and adding a few dabs of glue. The inside of the dust jacket is printed full colour with a representation of the animals' environment in a style identical to the illustrations within the book. Children have the option of using this as a backdrop and there are also accessories to make and add to the scene.

About the Author

Madeleine Rogers started her company, Mibo, in 2001, with the aim of creating well-designed, lasting products for the home. From humble beginnings selling lampshades at Old Spitalfields Market in London, she was soon having orders from stores such as Liberty and the Conran shop. Since then, Mibo has expanded its range to include make-at-home products for children and a range of children's accessories.

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Mixed media product
30 pages


Madeleine Rogers
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Publication date

28th August 2014



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