A Babble of Words A-Z of collective nouns by Adam Oehlers
  

A Babble of Words A-Z of collective nouns

Written by Adam Oehlers
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Synopsis

A Babble of Words A-Z of collective nouns by Adam Oehlers

An army of aardvarks, a formality of penguins, a huddle of hippos, a mask of raccoons! Come on an adventure of collective nouns with Adam Oehlers and his mysterious little friend. Can you see him hiding within each page? How-ever will you find him within a knot of frogs and that jam of cars!This beautiful book will be a family favourite for generations to come with its lively illustrations by talented new-comer Adam Oehlers.Educational, fun and fantastical, A Babble of Words will have your tongue tied and your imagination running wild.

About the Author

Adam Oehlers grew up in Coventry, England before his family moved to Adelaide when he was eight. He has studied arts and illustration at Adelaide University and graduated with honours in 2002. A Babble of Words is Adam's debut book, however he also illustrated the Brolga title Lulu and the Purple Pebble by Chad Badoui.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
40 pages

Author

Adam Oehlers
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Publisher

Brolga Publishing Pty Ltd

Publication date

1st December 2009

ISBN

9781921596056


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