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Written by Stephen Davies
Illustrated by Christopher CorrWrite A Review
Fatima and Galo load the luggage while their dad Big Ali drives the bus. Help count on bikes, sacks of rice, melons and even goats and chickens as the bus travels past Gurunsi houses, the hippo lake, waterfalls and jungle, all the way to Bobo.
A vibrant counting journey through West Africa -- Fiona Noble The Bookseller
Full of authentic detail... A wonderful picture of West African rural culture. The School Librarian
This is a truly original picture book, and stands out from the crowd as being the brightest I have ever seen. MinervaReads
Utterly brilliant ReadItDaddy
A bright, delicious thing Did You Ever Stop To Think blog
|Publication date:||7th April 2016|
|Suitable for:||3+ readers|
|Other Categories:||UKLA 2017|
Stephen Davies writes picture books, chapter books, young adult novels, TV tie-ins and educational books. Many of his books are set in West Africa on the edge of the Sahara Desert, where he lived and worked for thirteen years. His first book Sophie and the Albino Camel won the Glen Dimplex Prize for best debut children's book. Since then he has written more than twenty books, including a series of six Hilda novels to accompany the popular Netflix animation. Stephen lives in London with his wife and two daughters. He enjoys visiting schools in the UK and overseas, helping students ...More About Stephen Davies