My World: A Book Of First Words by Frann Preston-gannonMy World: A Book Of First Words by Frann Preston-gannon

My World: A Book Of First Words

byFrann Preston-gannonIllustratorFrann Preston-gannon

Picture Books | February 28, 2017

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A beautiful and entertaining visual catalog for toddlers-including things that go, cute fruits and veggies, undersea creatures, and more!

There's no end to the fun in finding and naming each object in these chockablock spreads! Beautiful birds, adorable mommy and baby animals, colorful clothing, musical instruments, and more fill each page, with objects labeled and grouped by theme. A fun, gorgeous visual dictionary for the very youngest of readers.

Frann Preston-Gannon has illustrated many books for children, including Deep Deep Sea and What a Hoot! Based in London, Frann spent time in the United States as the first Brit selected for the Maurice Sendak fellowship.
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Title:My World: A Book Of First WordsFormat:Picture BooksDimensions:32 pages, 10.88 × 9.25 × 0.36 inPublished:February 28, 2017Publisher:Henry Holt and Co. (BYR)Language:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1627795308

ISBN - 13:9781627795302

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Editorial Reviews

"A visual and verbal feast of a picture book. . . With items ranging in complexity from T-shirt and swing set to Prenocephale (a "Prehistoric Creature") and a lute, the book will grow with its readers. . . What a wonderful world of words and pictures." -Kirkus Reviews on My WorldDeep Deep Sea:"A muted palette and the subtle Mona Lisa-like smiles of Preston-Gannon's sea creatures give the book a serene calmness, creating a kind of aquatic Peaceable Kingdom." -Publishers Weekly"The richly textured, vibrant illustrations give the sea a spacious yet comfortable quality, and all the creatures seem pleased to be swimming through its lovely blue waters." -Kirkus Reviews