Warthog by Birdie BlackWarthog by Birdie Black

Warthog

byBirdie BlackIllustratorRosalind Beardshaw

Picture Books | May 9, 2017

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"A lively interactive counting book from the team behind Just Right for Christmas. . . . Beardshaw’s mixed-media artwork contributes significantly to the story’s physical comedy and sense of adventure." — Publishers Weekly

When a plucky little warthog sets out on an adventure, he meets all sorts of fascinating creatures, from two angry bees all the way up to nine scared monkeys. Children will love lifting the flaps to count the hidden animals and following the ten muddy footprints that lead to a fierce and funny surprise!
Birdie Black is Kate Wilson, managing director of Nosy Crow. She has twenty-five years of experience in publishing, most of it in children’s publishing, and has written several books. She lives in London, England, with her husband and two children.Rosalind Beardshaw is the illustrator of Just Right for Christmas, Box, and many other pi...
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Title:WarthogFormat:Picture BooksDimensions:24 pages, 10.19 × 10.19 × 0.39 inPublished:May 9, 2017Publisher:Candlewick PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0763693235

ISBN - 13:9780763693237

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Beardshaw's attractive collage-and-paint illustrations provide a colorful...setting and plenty of details to pore over...The winsome warthog is appealing as he blithely hops, splashes, hums, and wanders his way through his day.—Kirkus ReviewsIn a lively interactive counting book from the team behind Just Right for Christmas, verse with a nursery rhyme–like cadence follows along as a young warthog explores the landscape surrounding his village...Accented with vividly patterned details, Beardshaw’s mixed-media artwork contributes significantly to the story’s physical comedy and sense of adventure.—Publishers Weekly