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About Adrienne Body
Adrienne loves to create colourful, fun and humorous books for families to share and learn with. She was born and raised in the beautiful Bay of Plenty in New Zealand, and is now happily based in Perth, Western Australia.
She studied Art History and Classical Studies at Victoria University in Wellington and Early Childhood Education, Language and Literacy, Learning Development, and Human Development, through Massey University.
"For as long as I can remember I have loved writing stories and poems. Throughout my school life I filled all my margins with sketches and doodles, I did cute drawings and wrote silly stories and poems for my friends, always handed in three stories when the teacher asked for one, and in my final year I was awarded a scholarship for creative writing.
For some reason it took me a long time to come back to my roots as it were, to take the things I had learned and use them to do the things I love... putting them together with writing stories and creating images to make children's picture books. But I'm here now, and loving it."
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This is a fun and playful book that combines simple text with quirky water colour illustrations.
This book also uses a font designed to increase readability for people with dyslexia.
This full color children’s picture book, written and illustrated by Adrienne Body, is a great book to encourage literacy development skills. It’s rich in fun rhymes and rhythm, paired with bright and quirky water-color illustrations.
A great book to encourage literacy development skills, being rich in rhyme, rhythm, and alliteration, and by facilitating letter/sound connections and opportunities for prediction.
An adorable look at the moon and its phases, from the creator of the solar system bedtime story "My Name Is The Sun"
An adorable look at the moon and its phases, from the creator of the solar system bedtime story "My Name Is The Sun."
“I don’t know, let’s look it up together” is a great way to encourage kids to investigate things that interest them, and provides a great opportunity to teach basic researching steps.
This companion book to ‘S is for Science’ is a fun and humorous alternative to going straight to the internet. It includes pre-simplified and fact-checked answers perfect for curious young science buffs. And, of course, there are a few titbits for the adults thrown in as well.
Let’s face it, it’s probably more for the adults than the kids, but this cute and quirky science themed ABC book is great for a laugh and as a awesome gift for science buffs with, or expecting, mini buffs.
Disclaimer: No dinosaurs or alpacas were harmed in the making of this book. May contain traces of nuts.