|By (author):||Haworth, Katie|
|Illustrated By:||Shuttlewood, Craig|
|Series:||Follow The Trail|
|Subject:||JUVENILE FICTION / Concepts / General|
|JUVENILE FICTION / Concepts / Senses & Sensation|
|JUVENILE FICTION / Imagination & Play|
|JUVENILE FICTION / Interactive Adventures|
|Publisher:||little bee books|
|Size:||8.50in x 8.50in x 0.60in|
|From The Publisher*||In this interactive novelty board book, little ones trace a die-cut trail to explore a town.|
Use your finger to trace a trail through town! This interactive board book lets little ones explore the world by tracing a tactile pathway. Each spread will feature a vehicle on its way through the town, showcasing opposites along the way, such as a train going over a bridge and under the ground, and a car going up and down the street.
|Review Quote*||"Toddlers will enjoy moving their fingers along the die-cut trails that wend their way through different areas of town, building directional vocabulary as they go. The retro-modern illustrations have a welcoming feel, and an owl hides in each scene for keen-eyed children to find."|
|Review Quote*||A die-cut trail through various landscapes encourages toddlers to move their finger along the pages in these interactive rhyming books. . . . Through the Town shows a cheerful and bustling city filled with tall buildings, vehicles, and underground tunnels. In addition to tracing the trail, encourage toddlers to count various objects in these cheerful offerings.|
|Biographical Note||Katie Haworth is a writer and editor of children's books.|
Craig Shuttlewood is an artist and illustrator from Brighton, East Sussex. He is the author of Who's in the Tree That Shouldn't Be? He combines paint, scribbles and drawing in his work.