Ellen Duthie & Daniela Martagón
A new series for pre-readers from Wonder Ponder. Stop, look, play, think.
For pre-readers (0-5) and playful people of all ages. Who said lunchtime couldn’t also be play time?
A boy, an egg, a dog and a bone
step into the book for a play.
How many different things could happen?
Open, look and see!
Boy, Egg, Dog, Bone is an eye-twisting exploration of lunchtime possibilities.
Young children will delight in the playfulness that brings in elements of ‘peekaboo’, ‘What’s the time Mr Wolf’ and ‘spot the differences’, encouraging them to stop and look very carefully after every page turn. ALL CHANGE!
One of the most fascinating books for pre-readers I have ever seen. So much fun, yet gratifyingly challenging. Adolfo Córdova
A book for babies with rhythm, rhyme and laughter. An intelligent book that considers children to be smart and ready for fun and games, playing with all possible scenarios that can take place when a boy, an egg, a dog and a bone meet for lunch. Ellen Duthie has written a great tongue-twister and Daniela Martagón has provided a veritable “eye-twister” with her brilliant illustrations. Not every day do we find books for babies that play with the absurd, present unexpected relationships and manage to activate the minds of the little ones. Ana Garralón
lunchtime / dogs / peekaboo / differences / change