Spring

Gerda Muller

Price:
£5.99
Availability:
Available to buy

Quick Look

One of a series of chunky board books which lead young children through the seasons.

Format:
board book
Size:
180 x 153 mm
Publisher:
Floris Books
Subject:
Board Books
Age Range:
From 1 to 3 years
Extent:
12 pages
ISBN:
9780863151934
Publication date:
01 Aug 1994

Description

One of a series of four books without text, which lead the young child through the seasons of the year.

Full of fun, active illustrations, this chunky board book shows the joys of playing with lambs, sowing seeds, painting Easter eggs and watching baby birds.

Reviews

'This set of four picture books are a lovely way to inspire creativity and imagination in your little one. Each book contains its own season packed full of detailed drawings … The most wonderful thing about these books is that the story is always different, there are always new things to discover and new stories to tell. If you are looking for some creative ways to introduce the Seasons to your kids or even just hoping to get some picture books, this set is a definite must.'
-- Baby Let's Shop.com

'... this board book captures all the special activities that come with the season of spring. Artful, detailed pictures show children playing with newborn lambs, watching baby birds, painting Easter eggs, and sowing seeds, kids will enjoy the opportunities for creativity that come from the wordless format. Parents who enjoy this volume can also get the books for Summer, Autumn, and Winter.'
-- Mighty Girl, book blogger

Author

Gerda Muller was born in 1926 in Naarden, Holland. She attended the Fine Arts School of Amsterdam and later on, Ecole Estienne of Paris. She illustrated over 120 books for children and worked with many publishers. Her books have been translated in many languages.

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Also available in the same series by Gerda Muller:
Summer
Autumn
Winter

More chunky board books for little hands:
My First Root Children by Sibylle von Olfers
Hannah on the Farm by Marjan van Zeyl
Pip the Gnome by Admar Kwant

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