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Katrin Wiehle is a children's book illustrator and has spent most of her life living in Germany. Her book, Mein kleiner Wald, was given the award of most beautiful book by Stiftung Buchkunst in 2013. Katrin has since moved to Atlanta, USA, where she lives with her husband and two cats. Notable clients Katrin has worked with include Google and QED Publishing.
The Journey of a... series looks at how common products end up in our homes, starting with the raw materials and ending with the finished product. This title looks at the journey of a cotton t-shirt, examining how and where the cotton is grown, how it is harvested, how it is turned into fabric and then made into clothes, and how the finished t-shirts are packaged, transported and distributed to shops, and eventually worn!
Every morning the farm animals get up early, but Pig is so lazy he always stays in bed! Will he ever get up in time to enjoy the very best part of the day? Adorable illustrations by Sally Anne Lambert accompany John Malam's charming story with a gentle moral.
Each book in this series looks at how to grow your own plant, fruit, flower or vegetable, and then turn it into a fun and exciting end product.
The Big Picture series launches with 16 titles for KS1 all about what is going on all around the world, split into four high interest topics. Find out how other people around the world live/lived; extreme animals habitats or weather across the globe; faraway homes made of ice and much, much more. Each book within this Key Stage 1 series will provide a number of jumping off points in a high interest, accessible way, with which to cover the 'big curriculum picture'. Eventually backed up by teacher notes comprising background information and teaching notes re: how to use the books to cover statutory national curriculum key skills. Roman Village looks at what life was like around the world for people in the past. Book band: Gold Ideal for ages: 5+