What Sound Does it Make? Memory Game by Marisa Vestita

What Sound Does it Make? Memory Game

Written by Marisa Vestita
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What Sound Does it Make? Memory Game by Marisa Vestita

Meow, cluck, oink, BAA! What sound does each animal make? Kids will have fun finding out with this entertaining game, which features a book, a poster, and 62 tiles packaged in an attractive box. Just hold up a tile with a picture of a monkey, donkey, elephant, or dog; children then pick out the matching one that shows the animal speaking. The accompanying book features cool facts and funny riddles.

About the Author

Marisa Vestita studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts of Lecce and at the same time did internships in comics, set design, and stagecraft. She is very interested in applying computer technology to art and completed a course in digital graphic design (using Mac) at the European Institute of Design. Her work appears in major exhibitions throughout Italy. To date, she has collaborated with Giunti Editore, Baldini & Castoldi, Dalai Editore, and with the magazines Gioia, Psychologies, Linus, Grazia, and Natural Style.

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Contains 1 Paperback and 1 Poster and 1 Other merchandise
16 pages


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Publication date

10th March 2015



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