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Jean-Luc Fromental is the author of more than thirty books.
Joëlle Jolivet is an internationally acclaimed illustrator. Publishers Weekly called her books “vibrant . . . dazzling,” and School Library Journal said they are “as aesthetically impressive as they are informative.”
They both live in France.
pop up were missing, it was black and white...nothing fun and excited for a little kid....the pictures were hard to understandPublished 11 months ago by Maria
Its a very cute book. My daughter did tear into it a bit just because it is a pop up book. But she likes it a lot and would ask to read it over and over again.Published 11 months ago by Katie J. Summerford
This is a very cute book about penguins that helps children learn about numbers and counting. Every page has a new, fun, interactive way for one of the penguins to disappear... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Camino
I have read this to children at the library for story hour and they really like it. My two young granddaughters liked it too. Unfortunately some one walked off with my copy. Read morePublished on February 21, 2013 by Wendi
It was better than what i had expected and my preschool students love the book. Will continue to shop at amazon.Published on January 23, 2013 by lyla spencer
Fun pop-up book. Very cute design . I mean how can you not love this book? Granddaughters giggled with delight.Published on January 17, 2013 by Aunt Toadie
I ordered this book for my mother and she said the kins seemed to like it- she loves the pop up books for the kids.Published on January 3, 2013 by Andrea Curry