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Hello, Animals! (Black and White Sparklers) Board book – September 1, 2010
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About the Author
Smriti Prasadam has been a children's writer and editor for more than ten years and has written several children's books, including the bestselling Jingle Jangle Jungle, illustrated by Axel Scheffler. Smriti lives in Richmond-upon-Thames. Emily Bolam has illustrated over a hundred books for children by many different authors, including Georgie Adams, Vivian French and Francesca Simon. Emily lives and works in Brighton.
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I didn't take away any stars for this...but I AM disappointed with the condition of this book. I purchased a NEW book from an Amazon seller and this one came in terrible shape. The cover and the spine are very worn and it looks like it has been used before (scuff marks all over it and worn at the edge of the pages). I'm still keeping it...we like the book and realistically it will look like this after we use it for a while anyway once the little one starts holding and playing with the books herself...but it IS disappointing to have a book start out that way when it's supposed to be new. I should have saved several dollars and bought a used copy...I would have if I had known this was what a "new" book would look like. It was shipped in a bubble wrap envelope...so I do not believe the damage happened in transit.
But the book itself if wonderful...I highly recommend.