Big Green Crocodile

Rhymes to Say and Play

 
By Jane Newberry
Illustrated by Caroline Rabei

A new and original rhyme action book to help creative play with babies and toddlers.

Sixteen original play-rhymes, devised and tested to entertain the very young, but also to help develop vital cognitive skills and prevent dyslexia. They cover the events of a child's day from breakfast to bedtime, on themes like animals, bees, crocodiles, tractors, and many more.

HB

275 x 240mm

32pp

Age 1+

Published

ISBN

9781910959619

£11.99

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REVIEWS

 

"Rhymes that make you want to clap your hands and laugh out loud."

Michael Morpurgo

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"A delight. Love it. Rhymes for inside, outside, quiet and loud, sitting and standing. With actions added for each one on every page. Love it. "

Jo Bowers, Associate Dean, Cardiff Metropolitan University

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"We do love this book, and I am about to Face Time with a 3-year old...which one shall I choose? Big Green Crocodile."

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CONTRIBUTORS

Jane Newberry

Author

Jane Newberry’s unique insight into very small children began as a puppeteer at children’s parties, where she discovered what makes them laugh. For over 25 years Jane taught Early Years Music to various groups. She wrote and illustrated three song books, A Sackful of Songs, A Sackful of Christmas and Hey, What’s in the Sack? before moving on to gather the many play-rhymes used in groups over the years. Jane lives in Cornwall.

Carolina Rabei

Illustrator

Carolina Rabei comes from Moldova and gained a distinction in illustration at the Cambridge School of Art. Her style is a unique mix of traditional and digital techniques. She is also the illustrator of the forthcoming Tickle Beetle collection of play-rhymes for Otter-Barry Books. Carolina lives in Cambridge.

 

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