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Lift the flaps to meet elephants, tigers, orangutans and more in Look After Us, a first book about endangered animals by Rod Campbell, creator of the bestselling preschool classic Dear Zoo.

Toddlers will love lifting the flaps to discover five different endangered animals in their natural habitats. With a special fold-out ending that shows what a difference conservation has made to whales, Look After Us has a positive message about how to look after our world and the animals that live in it.

With flaps to lift, a simple text with a repeating pattern and bright, bold artwork, Look After Us is the perfect introduction to conservation for young children who are fans of Dear Zoo.
By:   Rod Campbell
Imprint:   Macmillan
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 175mm,  Width: 176mm,  Spine: 10mm
Weight:   256g
ISBN:   9781529045741
ISBN 10:   1529045746
Pages:   16
Publication Date:   01 April 2021
Recommended Age:   From 2 to 5 years
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  0-5 years
Format:   Board book
Publisher's Status:   Active

Rod Campbell has been writing and illustrating children's books for over thirty-five years. Best known for his classic lift-the-flap title Dear Zoo, which has sold over eight million copies worldwide, he is also the creator of the much loved preschool character Buster. Ingeniously simple, with touches of gentle humour, Rod's books are enjoyed by children, parents and teachers alike.

Reviews for Look After Us

Endangered species may seem a weighty topic for a board book for one to two year olds but Rod Campbell is, after all, the famed author of Dear Zoo - so if anyone knows how to talk simply and clearly to little ones, it's him. Though toddlers might not understand the concept of endangered animals and conservation, they absolutely do understand the concept of looking after the things they love, and most toddlers love animals. Therefore, this lovely flap book is a great one to read together - to make the animal noises, enjoy the repeating text and the flaps, but also to ask each other, 'I would look after them. Wouldn't you?' * BookTrust *


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