Can You Tickle a Tiger's Tummy?
Inside this bright and bold book, you'll find answers to questions like 'How slow's a sloth?' (very slooww, the three-toed sloth hangs around in trees and hardly moves); 'Why do elephants have big ears?' (to keep cool is one reason); and 'Do sharks brush their teeth?' (they have little fish helpers!).Each spread presents a new opportunity for children to relate the behaviour and characteristics of exotic animals to their own familiar world. Page-by-page, super smart yet endearing animal characters explain the facts in a fun and accessible way, sure to keep kids engaged.
Sue Nicholson was previously an editor for publishers including Macmillan Education, DK and Kingfisher. Now freelance, Sue has written books for all ages on a wide variety of subjects, but her particular interest is in producing material for the under-5s and early readers. Sue loves writing original fiction and non-fiction, re-telling and adapting stories.Lalalimola works primarily within children's book illustration, collaborating with international publishers as well as advertising agencies. She was born in Valencia, Spain, where she still lives today.