What's Hiding In There?

Daniela Drescher

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Out of print

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A lift-the-flap book which explores the world of fairies and elves, and asks, 'what's hiding in there?'. Ideal for preschool children and up.

Format:
hardback
Size:
233 x 205 mm
Publisher:
Floris Books
Subject:
Picture Books
Illustrations:
colour illustrations with flaps to lift
Age Range:
From 3 to 6 years
Extent:
16 pages
ISBN:
9780863156342
Publication date:
27 Mar 2008

Description

A Daniela Drescher picture book with a difference.

Young children will love exploring the world of elves and fairies, and this time there’s more to discover! Lift the three or four flaps on each page to find out what’s hiding in the old tree, in the nest, in the grass or under the leaves.

The simple text, which asks ‘what’s hiding in there?’, is ideal for preschool children and up.

Reviews

'What can be discovered under the little flaps on each page? A mouse in the brambles, a fairy in the tree or a rabbit in the grass, children will love opening them to find out. With easy to understand text which sets the scene on each page and then the repetition of 'What's hiding in there', it is ideal for pre-school children.'
-- Creative Steps Magazine, July/August 2008

Author

Daniela Drescher is a Floris Books featured author. Read all about this author's life and work on our dedicated author page.

Daniela Drescher was born in Munich and trained in art therapy. She has worked with children for ten years and is an illustrator for a parenting magazine. She is the author of In the Land of Fairies, In the Land of Elves, In the Land of Merfolk, The Elves' Big Adventure, Merlina and the Magic Spell, Little Fairy's Christmas, Little Fairy Can't Sleep and Lily the Little Princess (all Floris Books).

You can also visit the author's own website at http://www.drescher-illustrationen.de

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