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Jenny Broom studied Fine Art at the Slade, before becoming a writer and editor of children's books. She lives and works in London. Katie Scott studied illustration at Brighton before moving to London. Her clients include Feuilleton, the New York Times and Nobrow, and her album cover for Bombay Bicycle Club was nominated for 'Best Album Artwork' at the NME Awards, 2012.
Winner of the English Association 4-11 Picture Book Awards 2016 - Non-Fiction 7-11 category | Longlisted for the inaugural Klaus Flugge Prize, an important new illustration prize for children's books | One of our Books of the Year 2015 New from the company that brought you Creaturepedia and the Atlas of Adventures, this is another beautiful reference book that will cause readers to open their eyes wide in wonder at the beauty of the natural world. Step through those golden gates on the cover to enter five of Earth’s richest natural habitats: the Chihuahuan Desert, the Amazon Rainforest, the Black Forest, the Himalayan Mountains and the Great Barrier Reef. Each one is depicted in a vivid double page spread, crammed with examples of the animals and plants that make the regions special, while subsequent pages include close ups and written descriptions. Readers are addressed directly, instructed to watch for particular animals and to listen out for their sounds. It’s natural history but not as we know it: Williams plays with scale uses the startlingly bright colours of plants and animals to dazzle the eye. A wonder of a book indeed. ~ Andrea Reece
Shortlisted for the Blue Peter Award 2015 - Best Book with Facts Welcome to the museum! There are more than 160 animal specimens to be discovered in Animalium, the first in a series of virtual museums. Wander the galleries - open 365 days a year - and discover a collection of curated exhibits on every page, accompanied by informative text.
This beautiful large-format poster book lets you decorate your walls with the gorgeous images from Big Picture Press's bestselling Animalium. This is a stunning celebration of the world from immense mountains to tiny insects.
Can you guess which creatures are hiding on each page? Things aren't what they appear to be, with gatefold pages throughout that transform every scene! Simple descriptive clues in funny rhyming couplets invite the reader to explore Baruzzi's bright, graphic artwork on this interactive journey of discovery.
Welcome to the museum! There are more than 160 animal specimens to be discovered in Animalium, the first in a series of virtual museums. Wander the galleries - open 365 days a year - and discover a collection of curated exhibits on every page, accompanied by informative text. Each chapter features a different branch of the tree of life, from the simple sponge to the enormous elephant.
Related titles Write and Wipe: Numbers; author Liza Miller; illustrator Jonathan Lambert; Pippbrook Books; 2013; 978-1-84877-520-6; GBP5.99
Related titles Write and Wipe: Early Skills author Jenny Broom; illustrator Jonathan Lambert; Pippbrook Books; 2013; 978-1-84877-521-3; GBP5.99
When Santa pulls out his suit, he's horrified to discover it's covered in stains, rips and scratches - and it feels rather tight! Undeterred, Santa decides this is his chance to try something new. He tries on an elf's suit and even Snowman's hat and scarf, but nothing seems to fit. Thankfully Mrs Claus surprises Santa with a brand new red suit - Christmas is saved!
When one of Santa's elves decides to stow away in his sleigh on Christmas Eve, little does the elf imagine how his evening will unfold. Terrified after Santa discovers him, our adventurous little elf is overjoyed when he is invited up front to enjoy a magical sleigh ride. This raucous Christmas tale ends with a spectacular final pop-up as all the hardworking elves back at the workshop are also given a sleigh ride!
Not everyone approves of the friendship between Zoe Stripes (a zebra) and her lion cub buddy, fittingly called Trouble - least of all Zoe's parents. Luckily, Trouble and Stripes take no notice and when Zoe finds herself in danger, Trouble comes to the rescue! With tactile embossing and flocking on the cover and beautiful four-colour illustration throughout, this is sure to become a bedtime favourite. First title: can a leopard ever change its spots? Find out in Totally Spotless.
There are hours of fun to be had with this unique pizza-shaped book, which comes in its own pizza box! Make your own silly pizza faces with the fifty felt pieces and five felt play-areas built into the book. Then, flip the book to follow the recipes and make the real thing - but don't forget to put on your chef's hat first! Bright artwork from illustrator Stephen Barker, teamed with fun, instructive text and playful packaging give this book unbeatable play value.
Christmas is here, but where has Santa got to? From the biggest polar bear to the smallest Arctic hare, nobody has seen him, and the reindeer are starting to feel nervous. Luckily, there is a surprise in store - and in a burst of light and sounds, Santa appears just in time - with the scarves he has been knitting for his reindeer! Seasonal fun on every page makes this the perfect Christmas gift.
ColourCreate your own zany animals with this innovative activity book. Get started with a how-to section that's bursting with ideas and tricks of the trade, then use the pull-out activity cards and brightly coloured stickers to make your own wacky animals from scratch. When your artwork is complete, use the 3-D glasses to see it spring to life. There are hours of fun to be had with this comprehensive pack.