See You Later, Alligator - Sally Hopgood (Paperback)

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Product Details

Barcode
9781784452889
Department
Books
Released
3 May 2015
Supply Source
UK

Book

Authors
Sally Hopgood
Emma Levey (Illustrator)
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Top That! Publishing Ltd
Series
Picture Story Books
Language
English
Number of Pages
32
Dimensions
254 x 254mm (254g)

Summary

When a friendly tortoise decides to set off on an adventure, he must first say goodbye to all of his friends. Affectionate farewells, of the sort that parents and their children share, are uttered to each animal as he slowly progresses through the zoo. Unfortunately, Tortoise spends so long with his heart-warming goodbyes that it is too dark for an adventure by the time he reaches the exit to the zoo. Comedic illustrations by the super-talented Emma Levey, author and illustrator of Hattie Peck, are the perfect accompaniment for Sally Hopgood's whimsical story - an ideal book for parents and children to share at bedtime! See You Later, Alligator is illustrated by Emma Levey, author and illustrator of Hattie Peck, Association Of Illustrators award finalist 2014.

Picture Fiction

General Subject
Children's Picture P/B
BISAC Subject 1
Juvenile Fiction / Animals / General
BIC Classification 1
Picture storybooks
Dewey Classification
823.92
Readership
Preschool (0-5)

Author Bio

When Sally's not tending to animals on her smallholding in Suffolk, UK, she can be found in her studio, inventing new children's books. After leaving art college she started her career at a local screen printing workshop before moving into advertising. In 1998 she returned to Suffolk, bought a farmhouse, and spent the next three years turning it into a family home with her husband Peter, and children Sophie and Matthew. Like Hattie and her collection of eggs, Emma Levey has an enviable collection of talents, working in everything from print, to gouache, to photography and 3D. Emma is based in a teeny, tiny village called Llancarfan in the South of Wales and her surroundings inspire her over-active imagination. Emma has a ridiculous obsession with her cat Gimli, who pops up from time to time in her work!