Around the World (What's Wrong?)

Catherine Veitch, illustrated by Fermin Solis
AUD $19.99
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Featuring beautifully illustrated scenes of places from around the world, this book is a fun way to learn about geography and culture.

Detailed full spread scenes each feature five out-of-place or 'wrong' things to find. Lively text provides facts and clues as well as key information about the wrong… and the right things included in the scenes. Designed to challenge children and push them to work things out for themselves, they’ll be encouraged to think about where the 'wrong' things do belong.

Author bio:

Catherine Veitch trained as an infant primary teacher before working as an editor and writer for twenty years in children’s magazines and books. Today, when she’s not walking her Sheltie dog, Arthur, Catherine enjoys writing and creating content for children’s story, puzzle, activity, and early learning books.
Fermin Solis is a freelance illustrator based in Argentina. He is a self-taught artist who gains inspiration from cartoonists and illustrators from the 1950’s. In 2012, Fermin received the 'Premio Extremno del Ano' award for his artwork. During his spare time, Fermin likes to the play the guitar and ukulele, and spend time with his children.

Category: Young adult non-fiction
ISBN: 9781784934941
Publisher: Quarto UK
Imprint: QED
Series: What's Wrong?
Pub Date: August 2018
Page Extent: 24
Format: Paperback
Age: 5 - 8
Subject: Young adult non-fiction