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I’m Thinking of a Farm Animal | Children’s Book on Farm Animals

I’m Thinking of a Farm Animal | Children’s Book on Farm Animals

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Each child is thinking of farm animal . . . What do they look like? What do they eat? And what noise do they make? Follow the simple clues, make a guess, then spot the animal hiding in the beautifully illustrated scene and pull the slider to reveal the answer! With four favourite farm animals to find – and animal noises too!
Guess the animal from the clues, then pull a slider to reveal the answer!
A brilliant non-fiction board book series perfect for little animal lovers. With vibrant energetic artwork and a friendly rhyming text, these interactive books are great for reading aloud.
An adorable Sing-Along board book story, with five robust board sliders – easy for little hands to use. With bright illustrations this board book make the perfect gift for a baby or toddler!
Authors: Charlotte & Adam Guillain, Lucia Gaggiotti
Reading Age: 2 Years And Older
Details: Board Book | 10 pages | 17.8 x 18.0 cm
About the Authors: Charlotte and Adam Guillain met in Zanzibar working with Voluntary Services Overseas. Charlotte’s house was near the sea – perfect for swimming with dolphins and hanging out with bush babies. Adam lived in a rainforest, where he spent his time playing the guitar or cooking egg and chips. Since then, Adam and Charlotte have made up lots of songs and stories together. Walking to school with their children, playing games such as I’m Thinking of an Animal, led to lots of story ideas and their first books with Nosy Crow.
Lucia Gaggiotti graduated from NABA (New Academy of Art) in Milan with a BA in graphic design specialising in illustration. She moved to London in 2005 to become a freelancer, working for clients such as Carluccio’s, Jamie Oliver, Pizza Express and M&S. She’s been working between London and Italy ever since and she was shortlisted for the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize in 2018 for her picture book, I Really Want the Cake. She is a folk music and nature documentary enthusiast and her house is packed with found objects, old prints of any kinds, gadgets, travel treasures or precious second-hand vintage objects.

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