There’s lots of search-and-find fun to be had with little dog Migloo in his latest book. Sunnytown is a busy place especially at the weekend when its residents are out and about shopping, having breakfast, driving and enjoying themselves at the fair or the movies. Each spread is packed with characters and full of action. There’s a sprightly narrative but the real fun is to be had following Migloo and finding all the details hidden in the pictures – 25 ostriches for example! There are jokes just for adults too – I like the museum curators Monsieur Pompidou and Signor Uffizi. This is great fun for everyone in fact and bright enough to liven up the dullest winter day. ~ Andrea Reece
Migloo, the star of Migloo's Day, is back - and it's the weekend! Another jam-packed search-and-find story book experience from William Bee, Migloo's Weekend sees Migloo and his Sunnytown friends throw off their uniforms and living it large - going on trips to the museum, the outdoor cinema, the racetrack and the glitzy fairground! There might even be a film star sighting, too! Contains all of the incredible interactive features of Migloo's Day: hilarious visual narratives, an eye-watering gatefold and a jam-packed play page with SO many more things to find. Sunnytown is funnier, sillier and busier than ever before!
Readers can visit www.miglooworld.com for even MORE fun-filled activity ideas!
Praise for Migloo's Day:
Doing Richard Scarry considerably more than one better ...There's definitely a new Busytown in town Kirkus Reviews
|Publication date:||6th October 2016|
|Publisher:||Walker Books Ltd|
|Suitable for:||3+ readers, 5+ readers|
William Bee is an artist and commercial designer who has worked for renowned fashion houses including Issay Miyake and Paul Smith. He was born in London, but now lives in the English countryside. As well as writing children's books, he races a vintage sports car, is an international skier, and when at home tends his lawns and meadow. William Bee loves Saturdays, the colour green, tabby cats, the Queen, Rolls Royces, fruit scones, David Niven, staying at home...More About William Bee