Animosaics: Can You Find Me?

Animosaics: Can You Find Me? by Surya Sajnani and Surya Sajnani

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Format: Board book, 20 Pages
ISBN: 9781910277225
Publisher: words & pictures
Series: Animosaic
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Perfect for young animal lovers; this colourful ‘search and find’ board book from the creator of the Wee Gallery is a great introduction to animal habitats and to counting from one to ten. Toddlers and adults can explore a different animal habitat on each page and search for the animals hidden within the beautiful, large mosaic-inspired illustrations. With questions such as 'Can you find one butterfly?' 'Can you find two tadpoles? little ones can learn to count while searching for animals and the large format of the book makes it perfect for sharing and interacting.


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.

Format: Board book, 20 Pages
ISBN: 9781910277225
Series: Animosaic
Size: 9.449 in x 12.205 in / 240 mm x 310 mm
'This large-format board book from the creator of the Wee Gallery is wonderfully colourful and packed with animals for children to look at and learn from. Each page focuses on a different habitat and contains a series of animals hidden within the large, mosaic-inspired pictures. Additional questions will encourage the reader to count from one to ten as they turn each page of the book.'
'will keep youngsters engaged for ages... What makes this large format book stand out is Surya Sajnani’s bold, graphic art style, which is immediately striking, and also her cubist-constructed creatures set within the habitat appropriate coloured tesserae.'