A Lovereading4kids 'Great Read' you may have missed 2011 selection.
A perfectly constructed picture book with a terrific, table turning ending is beautifully produced in this handsome edition. The Little Bee hurries through the pages pursued by a frog, a snake a mongoose and more. But what happens when he meets the fierce hunter? Wonderful illustrations carry the wit of the story effortlessly.
A new series of picture books to launch the brand new imprint from Templar Publishing: Brubaker, Ford and Friends. Edward Gibbs is an exciting new artist for Templar with a bold, colourful illustration style. This title features a large gatefold flap on the final spread. With absolutely beautiful production values coupled with some talented artists, this new imprint deserves to flourish.
Other titles scheduled in the first half of 2011 in this recently launched imprint include: The Acorn by the same author, That Dog! by Nanette Newman, Turtle and Me by Robi Harris and What will you be Grandma? by Emma Chichester Clark and Nanette Newman.
The chase is on! Follow Little Bee as he flees from the hungry frog, who in turn flees from the scary snake, who in turn flees from the mean mongoose, and so on until a whole host of creatures are running around in one big circle.
Publication date: 01/08/2012
Publisher: Brubaker, Ford & Friends an imprint of Templar Publishing
Format: Board book
|Publication date:||1st April 2011|
|Publisher:||Brubaker, Ford & Friends an imprint of Templar Publishing|
|Suitable for:||3+ readers|
Edward Gibbs is an exciting new talent in children’s books. He is now on his fifth book for Templar’s imprint, Brubaker, Ford & Friends. I Spy With My Little Eye…, Little Bee and The Acorn were followed by I Spy Under the Sea… I Spy on the Farm… is due to be published in 2012. Edward studied illustration at college but became a graphic designer, where he fine-tuned the art of distilling detailed or difficult ideas into their simplest form. He uses this special skill in all his books. Edward lives in London.More About Edward Gibbs