Going for a Sea Bath by Andrée PoulinGoing for a Sea Bath by Andrée Poulin

Going for a Sea Bath

byAndrée PoulinIllustratorAnne-Claire Delisle

Hardcover | March 4, 2016

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Leanne's bath time is boring. It's annoying. It's a pain. Luckily, her father has some excellent, terrific, and spectacular ideas to make it more interesting. He runs down to the sea and brings back one turtle. Then two eels. Then three clown fish. Soon Leanne's bath time is fun! It's amusing! It's exciting! But when the ten octopi arrive, could it be too much of a good thing?Translated from Andrée Poulin’s lively text, Going for a Sea Bath combines the best of a bath time book and a seashore book with a father-daughter adventure that will inspire giggles all around. Anne-Claire Delisle's whimsical art is delightfully expressive, blending the everyday details of bath time with a fantastical effusion of smiling sea creatures, a charmingly silly father, and one little girl who will never complain about boring bath times again.
Andrée Poulin is the award-winning author of more than thirty books for children. Formerly a journalist, she now enjoys spending much of her time giving workshops for young people in schools and libraries. Andrée lives in Gatineau, Quebec. Anne-Claire Delisle has been drawing her whole life. After studying graphic design at universit...
Title:Going for a Sea BathFormat:HardcoverDimensions:32 pages, 9.25 × 9.37 × 0.35 inPublished:March 4, 2016Publisher:Pajama Press Inc.Language:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1927485924

ISBN - 13:9781927485927


Editorial Reviews

…almost everything you can hope for in a children’s book. It combines a hilarious father-daughter adventure and a funny counting game, learning about sea life with the colorful, lively illustrations…” - The Reading Castle - 20160329