Vroom, Zoom! Here Comes the Fire Engine!

A Press and Listen Board Book

Vroom, Zoom! Here Comes the Fire Engine!
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Format: Board book, 8 Pages
ISBN: 9781784936631
Publisher: QED Publishing
Series: Wee Gallery
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Description

Listen as the sounds of the city come alive and hear the noises of four favourite city vehicles - a helicopter, a bicycle, a fire truck, and a taxi -  in this interactive board book. Featuring five different sound chips and adorable illustrations carefully created to help children's awareness development, very young children will love this sturdy yet stylish boardbook.

The author

Surya Sajnani grew up in India, and graduated with a degree in Chemistry, Botany and Zoology before finding her passion in design. Surya has a wealth of experience in the industry and has trained with some of India’s leading designers. Surya moved to the US in 2000, and founded Wee Gallery with her husband, Dave Pinto, after their first child was born in 2002. Surya’s style is inspired by Indian Folk art and is characterised by bold strokes and graphic compositions. Wee Gallery products have won numerous awards, and are carried by museum shops and stores worldwide.

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Specs

Format: Board book, 8 Pages
ISBN: 9781784936631
Size: 7.087 in x 7.087 in / 180 mm x 180 mm
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