The Itsy Bitsy Spider

The Itsy Bitsy Spider

By:  Liz Pope
Kate Pope


Available
03/03/2020

7.0 X 7.0 in
10 pg


2 - 6 ( Intrest Age )
P - 1 ( US School Grade Age )
AD300L
9781486718078
Board book
USD $10.99 CAD $13.99 Available
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Description

The classic nursery rhyme The Itsy Bitsy Spider is given an exciting treatment with sliding enhancements that allow young readers to interact with the art and characters and discover new art with every slide.

About the Slide to See series: This interactive series of chunky board books keeps little hands busy while they follow along with their favorite nursery rhymes like The Itsy Bitsy Spider and Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star.

Author Bio

Liz and Kate Pope have created art together since leaving Staffordshire University in 2001. They both gained a first class degree in surface pattern design. During this time, Kate became passionate about color, often experimenting with bold shapes, combining patterns, collage, and mixed media. Liz edged more toward illustration; she focused more on finer detail and lines, soon finding a real style of her own. Liz lets loose with details of London buses and taxis, while Kate creates colorful skylines with interesting blocks of color. Their adventure as artists began when they were kids in the bedroom they grew up in. They now work at Liz's house in a small studio that is full to the brim with paints, collage papers, children's books, and sketchbooks.


Liz and Kate Pope have created art together since leaving Staffordshire University in 2001. They both gained a first class degree in surface pattern design. During this time, Kate became passionate about color, often experimenting with bold shapes, combining patterns, collage, and mixed media. Liz edged more toward illustration; she focused more on finer detail and lines, soon finding a real style of her own. Liz lets loose with details of London buses and taxis, while Kate creates colorful skylines with interesting blocks of color. Their adventure as artists began when they were kids in the bedroom they grew up in. They now work at Liz's house in a small studio that is full to the brim with paints, collage papers, children's books, and sketchbooks.