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Number of Pages: 26
Vendor: Frances Lincoln Children's books
|Dimensions: 7.50 X 7.50 (inches)|
Itâ??s Lennyâ??s first day at playschool and heâ??s a bit nervous. Mum takes him there, and he meets a little girl called Lucy, who looks after him. Lenny and Lucy sing a song, do some drawing, ride the tricycles and play with a ball. Then, after a drink of juice itâ??s time for a story. When itâ??s time to go home Lenny wants to stay a bit longer to play with his new friend. And he canâ??t wait to come back tomorrow.
KEN WILSON MAX was born in Zimbabwe. He studied in Harare, Zimbabwe before coming to England where he studied Design and Print Planning at the London College of Printing.
Ken has worked at Orchard Books, the BBC and as Assistant Art Director at David Bennett Books.
He has won several international awards for his work including illustration and design awards in Zimbabwe and is the creator of more than 50 books including The Big Yellow Taxi, The Little Red Plane, The Amazing People's Circus and The Lenny books.
He has books in nine languages published across the globe and recently launched Chicken Newspaper, a truly unique introduction to current affairs for those aged 4-11 years. He lives in London.
Â 'A multi-coloured cast of characters have an equally good time in this picture book, also sturdily produced.'
'For the perfect introduction to school, particularly if you are preparing your children over this coming summer â?¿ gorgeous pre-school introductions and charming stories'
Â â??A reassuring little book, relating in the simplest terms what children want to know before starting nursery.â??
‘A reassuring little book, relating in the simplest terms what children want to know before starting nursery.’
'For the perfect introduction to school, particularly if you are preparing your children over this coming summer … gorgeous pre-school introductions and charming stories'
'A multi-coloured cast of characters have an equally good time in this picture book, also sturdily produced.'