This spectacular lift-the-flap story is a book, a fold-out play-scene, and a beautiful frieze to decorate your room!
There’s so much to discover in this ingenious little book! Read the story, lift the flaps, enjoy the funny rhyming text, learn the letters of the alphabet and, then, when you’re finished, flip the book and have fun with the play scene on the reverse!
“Eye-grabbing design gives this house-shaped board book some irresistible shelf appeal and it’d make an impressive gift (if a little challenging to wrap!). A clever concept, beautifully executed.” – BookTrust
“Easy as ABC… In this adorable baby rhyming book, you meander along the street of shops, sounding out the alphabet as you go.” – Gurgle
Board book: 12 pages
Dimensions: 20.5 x 3 x 30 cm
Written by: Jonathan Emmett
Illustrated by: Ingela P Arrhenius
About the Author:
Jonathan Emmett was born in Leicestershire in 1965, the son of a mechanical fitter and a primary school teacher. He trained and worked as an architect but left the profession to become a stay-at-home dad and pursue a career as an author and paper engineer. His first book, Doohickey and the Robot, was published in 1999 and he has since written over 60 more books for children. As well as writing picture books such as Bringing Down the Moon, Someone Bigger and The Princess and the Pig, Jonathan paper-engineers pop-up books. His books have been translated into over thirty different languages and have won several awards both in the UK and abroad. Jonathan lives in Nottingham.
About the Illustrator:
Ingela P Arrhenius graduated from art school in the early 90s and has been working as an illustrator ever since. At first, she worked in advertising and magazines, but her focus over the past ten years has been on products and books. Ingela has created patterns for fabrics, wallpaper and stationery, as well as packaging and home accessories. She has also collaborated with several toy producers around the world and her love of retro style, typography and colour is reflected in all her work. Ingela lives in Stockholm with her husband (an author) and two sons.