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Tickety Boo's Excellent Adventure

Tickety Boo's Excellent Adventure

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Paperback
9781732596993
Available
03/23/2021
Hwin & Little Bear Press
WORLD
8.5 X 8.5 in
56 pg

3 - 7 (US school grade range)

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Description

Come along and join Tickety Boo, the Rare Blue Cockatoo, as he engages the reader to accompany him on a journey to visit his friends in the country and explore the neighboring farm. Using a set of rhyming schemes, he presents clues to help the reader identify the names of farm animals and their babies as they travel on their Excellent Adventure. Vivid full-color illustrations will reveal the correct answers to each “Who am I?” question. It’s a fun and engaging way to learn how to fill in the blanks to finish the rhymes, learn new vocabulary, exciting facts and map reading.
Karen Busch Holman Lucy Bermingham
Author Bio

Lucy Bermingham began writing children’s books 12 years ago with a story that documented the antics of her 4 children, when they were quite young. Her two young grandchildren, Amu and Liam, are the inspiration for the Tickety Boo book series. Lucy earned her MA from City University London, Laban Centre and has been teaching at St. John’s University in the Department of Art and Design. In addition, she was recently a Co-Professor in the Dance Department at Mount Holyoke College, where she received her BA. Dance has remained a strong passion.
Karen Busch Holman is a full-time fine artist and children's book illustrator living in Barrington, NH. She has combined her years of experience as a fine artist, children's book illustrator, graphic designer and interior architect into one package by creating Hwin and Little Bear Press, a publishing company in NH. She lives with her husband Jeff, sons Tyler and Todd, Buddy the dog, Patty the cat and her horse herd of Hwin and Little Bear.