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|Description||Big box, little box Hey, that's t a bed box. My box, your box, Sre box How many ways can a cat interact with a box? This cat will entrance young readers as it investigates every box it can - and makes a mouse friend along the way. With bright, bold illustrations from Edward Underwood, this is a striking and witty book for children and adults alike. Fans of Chris Haughton, Jon Klassen and Sophy Henn will love it.|
|Author Biography||Caryl Hart writes picture books and young fiction and loves walking her dog and sitting in cafes and libraries. She runs creative literacy workshops for schools and libraries. She has written Whiffy Wilson, How to Catch a Dragon, Welcome to Alien School, How to Catch a Dinosaur, Supermarket Zoo, The Princess and the Peas, The Princess and the Presents and Catch That Rat. She lives in Derbyshire with her husband and two daughters. Edward Underwood is one half of the Lisa Jones Studio design team. He and his wife, Lisa, began designing and hand-printing their own range of cards in their London studio way back in 2000. Drawing on their backgrounds in art and fashion, they've since stocked the world's finest galleries, museums, boutiques and department stores with design-led goodies. These days they illustrate and adorn greetings and homewares from an old post mill on the edge of the South Downs. Big Box, Little Box is Edward's first picture book.|
|Publisher||Bloomsbury Publishing PLC|
|Date of Publication||10/08/2017|
|Subject||Pre-school & Early Learning|
|Place of Publication||London|
|Country of Publication||United Kingdom|
|Format Details||Picture book|
|Educational Level||UK School Key Stage 1|
|Interest Age||To 5|
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