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Whose Nose Do You Suppose?
Whose Nose Do You Suppose?

Whose Nose Do You Suppose?

By Richard Turner, Illustrated by Margaret Tolland

3-5

JUVENILE NONFICTION

36 Pages, 10.25 x 9.5

Formats: Hardcover Picture Book

Hardcover Picture Book, $16.95 (US $16.95) (CA $22.95)

Publication Date: November 2019

ISBN 9781760360627

Rights: US & CA

Starfish Bay Publishing (Nov 2019)

Not Yet Published. Estimated release date: November 2019
 

Overview

Detailed, realistic illustrations invite children to guess the animal and learn about its traits

Richly detailed and realistic illustrations of various animals in their natural habitat invite children to guess which animal each nose belongs to, then to learn a variety of facts about each animal. An enjoyable, educational resource for children, caregivers, and classrooms alike.

Reviews

"The idea is an original way to introduce the youngest children to different kinds of animals, and preschoolers will enjoy the interaction of guessing each animal before the turn of the page." —Kirkus Reviews

Author Biography

Richard Turner is a Performing Arts teacher, who supports children's creative voices through drama and dance. He has directed and choreographed musicals, working with students who can sing and dance way better than he can. Like most children, Richard has to be told to eat his peas, but never has to be told to eat his jellybeans or ice cream. He has been on a skateboard, a rollercoaster, an elephant and a camel. He has also been on a spaceship to the moon, but only in his dreams! Margaret Tolland is an artist from New Zealand, whose illustrations are packed with detail. Through her work, get closer to the habitats and lifestyles of the many species, both flora and fauna, that she explores with an eye on environmental education. With twenty years' experience in visual arts education and working in a gallery, Margaret now illustrates full-time. Although she had a fear of spiders, after painting them in detail, she now appreciates how amazing they are.