Her sayfada yeni bir eğlence, her sayfada yeni bir macera.. Dev boyutuna ve renklerine miniklerin bayıldığı, muhteşem illustrasyonları ve sıcacık hikayesinin yanı sıra her sayfadaki farklı görevleri ile zamanın nasıl geçtiğini anlamaycağınız bir kitap.
Daisy's pet ladybug goes missing, so she visits super-sleuth Basil, the best detective in Plant City. Can he help her find Ladybug? Follow Daisy and Basil as they look for Ladybug all over Plant City.
Is he in the museum, the carnival, the train station, the school, the concert or the restaurant? Witty, colorful, illustrations packed with visual jokes and plenty of wild things to spot in the background will delight children of all ages.
Hours of search-and-find fun are guaranteed! Join in the hunt and Look for Ladybug! The first book in a new series from up-and-coming illustrator Katherina Manolessou.
- Hardcover: 32 pages
- Publisher: Frances Lincoln Children's Books
- Language: English
- Product Dimensions: 32 x 32 cm
"A simple plot with lots to look at makes this a great choice for pastime reading."
"The easy-to-follow narrative keeps readers connected to the unfolding mystery .... Manolessou stuffs her brightly colored cartoons with mini-dramas and humorous details to pique readers’ interest, creating a full sense of Daisy and Basil’s miniature world."
- Publishers Weekly
"Sneaky visual jokes abound in the seek-and-find pages of 'Look for Ladybug in Plant City' (Frances Lincoln Children's Books, 31 pages, $19.99), a detective caper of sorts for 3- to 7-year-olds. The putative story follows Daisy and Basil, a striped rabbit and spotted lizard, as they hunt through stylish, crowded scenes for a pet ladybug gone AWOL. The real action, though, is in the young reader's careful study of each bright, merry tableau. The ladybug is one of scores of creatures to be spied out. Poring over the pictures, children will also try to locate 'twelve masked burglars,' a 'cycling koala' and a 'spider on a balloon.'"
- Wall Street Journal
About the Author
KATHERINA MANOLESSOU is well known illustrator who has worked with Ted Baker, The Guardian and Random House, and who is a regular part of the East London art/design scene, appearing at ELCAF this year and becoming Associate Lecturer at Camberwell College of Arts in London. Her children’s titles include Zoom, Zoom, Zoom and Look for Ladybug in Plant City.