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Giraffes Can't Dance

Giles Andreae

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For National Curriculum Early Years, Interest age: from c 3 years, Fiction, Picture books, Picture storybooks, Pop-up & lift-the-flap books, Novelty, toy & die-cut books, Magnet books, Early learning: verse & rhymes, Early learning: numbers & counting, Personal & social issues: self-awareness & self-es

An irresistible touch-and-feel book, featuring favourite animals from the internationally bestselling story Giraffes Can't Dance

Come and stroke the animals, give them all a try.
Why not start with Gerald? He's a furry, friendly guy.

Even the smallest reader will delight in exploring all the animal textures on each page. With a lion's mane to stroke, to a hyena's tickly paws, this book is bound to become a favourite to share.

Children will love to pore over the bright artwork on each page, whilst the rhyming text makes this book perfect to read aloud.

Giraffes Can't Dance is a bestselling phenomenon with over 1.7 million copies sold worldwide.

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Giles Andreae

Giles Andreae is the author of many top selling award-winning picture books. For Orchard, these include Rumble in the Jungle, Commotion in the Ocean, and I Love My Mummy. However, it is for the international bestseller Giraffes Can't Dance that he is best known. Giles is also the creator of Purple Ronnie, Britain's favourite stickman, and of the artist/philosopher, Edward Monkton. These two ranges of greetings cards, books and merchandise have made Giles the country's top selling living poet and an icon of contemporary popular culture. Giles lives with his wife, Victoria, a children's clothes designer, and their four young children by the river in Oxfordshire.