Dynamic and lots of fun.
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One of our favorite illustrators, Marc Boutavant, brings to life the adventures of Mouk, a bear who travels the world. Each page is full of small visual details about each locale, perfect for poring over.
"The neon hues and adorable little creatures make this sticker book a feast for the eyes."
What a great illustrator. Lots of little details to look at-MOUK travels across the world... meets his friends. I wish more kids books were this busy and fun to look at. Read morePublished 18 days ago by i_love_books
This might be my favorite children's book yet. My kids, 5 and 7, both love this book. It's a really great picture book for younger children as well as older children, and we always... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jilbo
Beautifully Illustrated and a fun read. The pages are jam packed with details and characters. My daughter loves the pictures and prose and it's not so long that you can read it... Read morePublished 4 months ago by manny
A classic in modern children's picture books. Marc Boutavant's illustrations are so much fun. His books are a feast for the eyes. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Ajbcs
This is brilliant. There is so much to see and discover and the stickers extend the activity!Published 6 months ago by MPO
Really cute book with reusable stickers and the story is great for teaching cultures. Illustrations are awesome.Published 8 months ago by Viv
this is my toddler's absolute favourite book. (we removed the sticker pages and supervise him while he's looking at it.) he literally runs around the apartment saying "Mouk! Read morePublished 11 months ago by D.
My 4 year old absolutely loves this book. It is more than just a story, but provides plenty of opportunities to interact and find ways to play games. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Maki
My wife bought this book for our 2 year old daughter at the Tate museum in London when we lived there. It quickly became her number one go-to book for nighttime stories. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Nicholas Kaposhilin