From the creator of Big Book of My World comes this collection of favourite nursery rhymes. Kali Stileman brings the action rhymes, songs and lullabies to life with her characteristically quirky, fun illustrations.
These traditional, staples of early childhood are an essential part of developing a love of words and books, and this is a fun, fresh way of introducing them. A real treat to share with every baby and toddler - and the padded cover makes this the perfect gift!
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This is a wonderfully illustrated collection of nursery rhymes which dererves a place on every young child's bookshelf - Parents in Touch
There are many wonderful nursery rhyme anthologies on the market and one to fit everyone's taste. But for those after something a little bit different, something bright, and baby and toddler-friendly, the lovely collection illustrated by Kali Stileman is definitely the one for you … Stileman’s style is perfectly suited to books for babies and toddlers. Her use of colour is so utterly cheerful, and bold, which will make it easier for the youngest of readers to focus on … The artwork is so inviting, little people will want to go back to this charming anthology over and over again. - Library Mice
[It] will capture the hearts of toddlers… The stunning anthology is a wonderful way to share nursery rhymes with babies and toddlers, and the luxury, padded cover makes it an extra special gift. - Lancashire Evening Post
Kali Stileman founded The Square Card Company in 2002, specialising in brightly-coloured sparkly greetings cards for children and young people. Her cards are sold worldwide, from Australia and Dubai to Hong Kong and Iceland.
After her degree in 3D design at Brighton, Kali became a teacher of primary-age children. She then moved to Bermuda where she sold her collages and paintings through local galleries. Kali lives in a gamekeeper's cottage, deep in the woods in Wiltshire with her two children.