Watch the sleeping animal faces move and change before your very eyes, in this fun and interactive board book! Clever paper technology and playful storytelling will amaze young children as they watch tiger, panda, lion and elephant’s faces change from asleep to awake…as if by magic. The perfect boredom-buster for when you're stuck indoors. Monkey tiptoes through the jungle, can he be quiet and not wake up the other sleeping animals? This fun and interactive story is great for helping little ones to explore animals and their characters, especially as by simply turning the page they can see the animals facial expressions change right in front of them! Tiger’s sleeping but suddenly he’s wide awake! Small children love to read books about animals and to see animal characteristics displayed through their sounds and expressions. The Little Faces board book series encourages children to get involved in the animal characters and situations they’re in, while offering satisfying and funny twists at the end. Simply by turning the page, the special paper movement causes the animals’ expressions to change from sad to happy, tearful to joy, quiet to noisy! The effect is both fun and exciting, and an effective way of both enhancing storytelling and learning about different facial expressions and the emotions they convey.Little Faces books are guaranteed to become firm family favourites, with little ones wanting to watch the faces change again and again! Don't forget to check the other titles in the series: Little Faces: It's Party Time for Penguin Little Faces: What Is Fox Up To? Little Faces: Does Your Dad Roar? Little Faces: Meet Happy Bear
Matthew Morgan is a children’s author and editor who lives in London, UK, with his wife, three children, and dog, Dotty. He loves making books that are fun, and that open a child’s imagination to the world around them.
Carles Ballesteros was born in Badalona, near Barcelona, in 1977. He now lives in Santiago de Chile and has lived there since 2011, where he teaches illustration classes at the local University and works as an illustrator for various publishers. Carles uses a mixture of traditional drawing skills with digital techniques to create his work.