Things to Find: Forest Animals
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- Comprehensive animal picture book with an extra effect: search and find
- Age-appropriate images depict the animals who live in our forests
- Top title in the popular series “Things to Find”
ContentThey are all there to be found in 11 large images. Little search vignettes invite children to look for the many animals and plants and remember their names – providing lots of fun and playfully helping children become more familiar with forest habitats.
About the SeriesThe popular books from the successful “Things to Find” series allow children as young as 2 to playfully explore the world. These books about the most important topics for children feature numerous images of things to find on the edges of the pages, encouraging children to recognise and name things. Incidentally, this also inspires them to freely tell their first stories, optimally supporting language acquisition. Finding items in the search-and-find images provides children with a first sense of achievement and boosts their confidence.
The AuthorSusanne Gernhäuser studied German and history in Stuttgart, where she worked at a historical institute, published articles and contributed articles to textbooks while still a student. She currently edits scholarly series.
The IllustratorSteffen Walentowitz was born in 1962 and lives in Jever, Germany. Since 1986 he has painted and illustrated books for a number of publishers. His pictures have been exhibited in Germany, the Netherlands, England, Israel, Canada and in the USA.
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