'If you like to dance and you sometimes sing, why don't you do the animal thing?' Have you ever joined in with a monkey bop? Or danced to a quack-quack beat? Young children (and adults) will love throwing some moves to the Animal Bop, a dance that's definitely one of a kind! This popular rhyming text is available as a big book for the first time.
A lively, noisy, funny text that encourages very young children to walk and talk like the animals-including waddling like a penguin, stomping like a rhino and jiving and jiggling and jumping and wiggling to the monkey bop! Hugely entertaining with plenty of scope for interaction and play. This is pure, infectious fun, now available as a big book for a bigger and better bop!
'A riotous animal romp that gets everyone stampeding around the room'BBC Learning Together
This author and illustrator team has sold over 340,000 books.
Standard paperback editions of Doing the Animal Bop have sold more than 130,000 copies worldwide.
Width: 370 mm
Height: 370 mm
Thickness: 3 mm
Big books are perfect for sharing-this is a must have for nurseries, reception classes, and libraries.
Dynamic picture book partnership which combines lively writing, irrepressibly energetic artwork and vibrant, zingy design.
Doing the Animal Bop was selected for 2005 and 2006 Bookstart packs. Books for inclusion in the scheme are chosen by a panel of book experts, librarians, health visitors and early years professionals. Over 450,000 copies have been sold for the scheme.
About the Author & Artist
Jan Ormerod was born in Australia. She trained as a designer, and worked as a teacher in schools, teachers' colleges and art schools until the birth of her first daughter, when she began to write and illustrate children's books. She has illustrated over 60 picture books and is published in 21 countries. Jan has divided her adult life between England, America and Australia. She has two grown up daughters. By Lindsey Gardiner for other publishers: Orchard Books: The 'Poppy and Max' series Red Fox: 'Mile High Apple Pie'
Lindsey Gardiner lives in Dundee and is a teacher of Textiles as well as a children's author and illustrator. She is also a fine artist and exhibits all over the country. She has had books published in many different languages all over the world.
This title is not held in stock & is ordered from suppliers, subject to availability.