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Pat-a-Cake Playtime: Let's Count!: Wipe-clean book with pen

Paperback / softback

Main Details

Title Pat-a-Cake Playtime: Let's Count!: Wipe-clean book with pen
Authors and Contributors      By (author) Pat-a-Cake
Illustrated by Ana Bermejo
SeriesPat-a-Cake Playtime
Physical Properties
Format:Paperback / softback
Pages:16
Dimensions(mm): Height 292,Width 206
ISBN/Barcode 9781526381460
Audience
Preschool (0-5)

Publishing Details

Publisher Hachette Children's Group
Imprint Pat-a-Cake
Publication Date 11 July 2019
Publication Country United Kingdom

Description

Essential, fun wipe-clean activity books to keep children busy and master key early learning skills LET'S COUNT is packed with counting games to play and number puzzles to solve. Children will have fun getting to grips with the pre-school skills of pen control as they learn about numbers, the ideal preparation for learning to write. The consultant-approved activities are fun to do and are combined with brilliant, engaging art that children will love. Also available: SUPER SQUIGGLES, SPACE TRIP

Author Biography

Pat-a-Cake (Author) Pat-a-Cake takes you and your child on a magical journey. From sharing the very first baby book to watching your little one read all by themselves. The adventure begins here . . . Ana Bermejo (Illustrator) Ana Bermejo hails from Spain. More specifically, a small town in the North. Sounds nice doesn't it? But actually it's a bit boring. Which is why she moved to Valencia, home of paella, partying and a rather good Art School. It was here that Ana really learnt to draw. She liked drawing goats, unicorns and deer. And she still does (well, goats are pretty cool). Anyway, not content with 5 years at Art School, she came to London to study some more. This time at St Martins. And that was that. She became an illustrator/designer. Nowadays Ana resides in Manchester. There aren't any goats or deer and certainly no unicorns but there are plenty of squirrels. And they're nice to draw too. So she's happy.