Fruits of India by Jill Hartley
  

Synopsis

Fruits of India by Jill Hartley

Mango, banana, melon...here, for the first time as a full colour board book, are the common fruits of India for young children to discover. Accompanied by a list of names in English, Hindi, and Tamil...and space to add your own language. To see Frances Lincoln's very own Poppy with her favourite Tara board books click here

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These books are not only of value for children living in tropical countries where the plants represented surround them. They are also a wonderful, simple and affordable teaching tool for discussing the seasons of tropical countries. www.seasons-south-and-north.co.uk

About the Author

Jill Hartley is a well known photographer who lives in Mexico, who has created several children's books.

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Book Info

Format

Board book
24 pages
Interest Age: 2-5

Author

Jill Hartley
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Publisher

Tara Books

Publication date

1st September 2010

ISBN

9788190754682


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