One Thousand Things (Hardcover)
learn your first words with Little Mouse (Learn with Little Mouse)
Wide Eyed Editions, 9781847807021, 80pp.
Publication Date: September 3, 2015
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Find out what one thousand really looks like in this visual encyclopedia of first words to see and say. Search-and-find Little Mouse on every page and discover new words with every turn of the page. Stylishly laid out, the book is arranged by theme and features fully illustrated collections of "things", each clearly labeled and easy to recognize. This value-packed 80 page book covers everything from space, to the human body, to the world around us, bringing contemporary appeal to a classic subject.
About the Author
Young, dynamic illustrator ANNA KOVECSES's work marries contemporary minimalism with an appealing retro-modern illustration style. Born in Hungary, she lives and works in Cyprus.
Praise For One Thousand Things: learn your first words with Little Mouse (Learn with Little Mouse)…
"This book does have a lot to offer: the illustrations are eye-catching, and youngsters will enjoy searching for the mouse hidden on every page." - School Library Journal
"Help babies learn their first words with this visual encyclopedia. It's educational and adorable." - Glitter Guide
"Familiar figures and concepts depicted in a simple graphic style invite very young children to catalog and identify many of the items they might encounter in their everyday worlds." - Kirkus Reviews
"A visual encyclopedia of things to spot and say with a difference, the pictures are strong, bold and dominate the page, the labels are clear and defined but it is not just about the learning, it comes with a game too, a little mouse to spot on every page! Compulsive and instructional fun, minimal and modern." - Armadillo
"To bill this book as a 'vocabulary builder' is to woefully underplay its hand. Study hard and this book will see you safely through nursery and in to reception as an assured four year old who can hold their own in the cut and thrust of classroom debate... the book is huggable, sniffable and strokable. The bright, digitally created images are easy on the eye, with kid and parent appeal and an air of comforting naivity. The clear font is helpful for early readers." - The Bookbag