Pants

Author: Giles Andreae
Homepage_9780552548335

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General Fields

  • : $17.99(AUD)
  • : 9780552548335
  • : Random House Children's Publishers UK
  • : Corgi Childrens
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  • : August 2003
  • : 240mm X 291mm X 4mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : 17.99
  • : October 2003
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  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Giles Andreae
  • : Paperback
  • : New edition
  • : 32
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Barcode 9780552548335
9780552548335

Description

A hilarious collaboration about underwear by Giles Andreae and Nick Sharratt. Small children (and lots of adults!) love pants. They love talking about pants. They giggle whenever pants are mentioned. Let's face it - Pants are VERY FUNNY! PANTS is a picture book with a brilliant rhyming text by Giles Andreae and lots of hilarious pictures by Nick Sharratt. As we go through the book we meet lots of different animals, people and sometimes inanimate objects each wearing a different kind of pants - every shape, pattern, colour, size and style that you can think of - and lots more besides! This book will make children laugh and they will ask for it again and again. PANTS - which ones are your favourite?

Promotion info

A hilarious collaboration about underwear by Giles Andreae and Nick Sharratt.

Awards

Winner of Red House Children's Book Award (Younger Children) 2003. Shortlisted for LA Kate Greenaway Medal 2003.

Reviews

"A big, bold picture book that waves the flag for the humble pant" Guardian "Perfect giggle aloud picture book with silly rhymes and bright pictures of pants of all kinds. Great fun" Sunday Mirror "Enormous fun" TES "An amusing picture book celebration of underwear big and small, that will make children everywhere laugh their socks off. The bright, bold illustrations complement the witty text perfectly" Waterstones Books Quarterly "For pure, bright, toddler delight, grab a copy of Pants ... This is the kind of wild, wacky, mischievous picture book that we expect from this winning duo. Do not underestimate toddler power; you will be inventing a tune to the rhythmic beat of the text and singing this book again and again every night" Bookseller