That's not my...
That's not my pirate...
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Age: 1 year+
160 x 160mm
Illustrator: Rachel Wells
Fiona Watt is an Editorial Director and writer at Usborne Publishing. She graduated from Exeter University with a Bachelor of Education in Art and Design. She taught for three years at a primary school in Kent, before spending two years at a British school in The Netherlands. She started working at Usborne in 1989 and has written and edited hundreds of books including baby and novelty, sticker, art and craft, cookery, science and activity books. She has written all the titles in the award-winning 'That's not my….' series and many in the highly successful Sticker Dolly Dressing series. She is the fourth biggest-selling UK children's author, with over 10 million of her books sold in the UK since records began.
These wonderful books are awesome for helping children to develop. The stories are perfectly interactive and their simplicity means even the youngest readers will enjoy them and relate to them.
The hardwearing pages, simple illustrations, repetition and lovely touchy-feely elements to each page make the [That's not my...] books ideal for reading with your child.
Unlike other board books, there are swatches of different textures on each page designed to encourage your little one to explore and play independently.
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That's not my pirate
This book has been my son's favorite since we purchased it when he was 8 months old! He loves to turn each page and feel the different textures and look at the shiny sword. This is one of the best books in his collection. Thank you Usborne!
Amie, 10th July 2008
That's not my pirate
My daughter loves That's not my Pirate, especially the mouse on every page! Her favourite Pirate is the last one as she loves his fluffy beard and the skull and crossbones on his hat, whenever i see any of the books in this range i buy them for my daughter as she simply loves them, we nearly have them all now, I recommend these books to any mums & dads with young children.
Dave isham, 15th July 2007