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This unusual interactive picture book is full of interesting lessons on the natural world for very young children. Each spread features a different natural habitat, from the back garden to the mountain top via meadows and deserts. Four lines of rhyming text set each scene and issue a challenge, then it’s up to the reader to lift the large die-cut flaps and see what’s growing underneath. The illustrations are mostly in muted mono-colours, but the stylised plants, berries and insects underneath the flaps are represented in vibrant colour. This will be very satisfying for young children, and is a visual feast for grown-ups too. ~ Andrea Reece
Lift the flaps to make things grow and learn about colors in this unique, interactive title for children aged 3+. Fun rhyming text introduces you to the habitat you're in and asks you to lift the die-cut flaps to make plants and creatures grow. Each plant is a different color, and at the back is a big lift-the-flap rainbow to reinforce the colors you've learned. Includes flowers (flowerbed), toadstools (forest), seaweed (ocean), berries (mountain), apples (tree), cacti (desert), butterflies (meadow).
|Publication date:||3rd March 2016|
|Publisher:||Frances Lincoln Childrens Books an imprint of Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd|
|Suitable for:||3+ readers, 5+ readers|
|Genres:||Out and About, Natural History|
Debbie Powell graduated in 2007 with a degree in Illustration from The Arts Institute Bournemouth. Silkscreen printing, collage and painting, along with a strong discipline of pen and pencil drawing, all play a part in creating Debbie’s imagery. Debbie codesigns a handmade jewellery range with her sister called Rah and Rah. Debbie has worked for an array of clients, including Carluccio's, Jamie Oliver, Marks & Spencer, Tesco, The Guardian, The Independent and The Natural History Museum. She has also illustrated many books, such as Make It Grow, 101 Classic Cookbooks, Shiny Touch Trucks, Shiny Touch Animals and Walk ...More About Debbie Powell