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Children's Fiction Squirrels

Little Squirrel

by (author) Britta Teckentrup

Publisher
Orca Book Publishers
Initial publish date
Sep 2020
Category
Squirrels, General, Baby Animals
  • Board book

    ISBN
    9781459826915
    Publish Date
    Sep 2020
    List Price
    $10.95
  • eBook

    ISBN
    9781459827257
    Publish Date
    Sep 2020
    List Price
    $8.99

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Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels

  • Age: 0 to 2
  • Grade: p
  • Reading age: 0 to 2

Description

Little Squirrel lives with his family high up in the old oak tree. His favorite thing to do is chase his friends from branch to branch. But it can’t always be playtime! Little Squirrel also has to help his family get ready for the winter.
Printed in Germany on 100% recycled paper using eco-friendly inks, each title in the All Natural series features a young critter out and about in the natural world. Little readers will appreciate the simplicity of the story and the eye-catching illustrations. Perfect for bedtime reading and encouraging conversations about your bookworms’ own little world.

About the author

Britta Teckentrup is an award-winning illustrator, author and fine artist. She was born in Hamburg and moved to London in 1988 to study illustration and fine art at St Martin's College and the Royal College of Art. Britta has written and illustrated over 100 children's picture books, which have been translated into 25 different languages. Some of her accolades include two Special Mentions at the Bologna Ragazzi Awards, being awarded the 2018 Dutch Picture Book of the Year for Don’t Wake Up Tiger and being shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Award with her book Under the Same Sky. Britta now lives and works in Berlin.

 

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Editorial Reviews

“Quick, simple reads that are also adorable.”

Baby Librarians

“It certainly is visually entertaining for a young reader, and, likely, it can inspire collaborative dialogue between caregiver and child.”

CM: Canadian Review of Materials

“Using a palette of slightly exaggerated colors from the natural world, Teckentrup makes her gentle story pop.”

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