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Christopher Franceschelli

  • 5 stars across 6 books
    Christopher Franceschelli is a publisher of children's books and runs his own company in the USA. His inspiration for this book came from a childhood memory of a small transforming toy in a funfair - its apparent magic delighted him. Christopher lives in Brooklyn with his family.
    6th August 2013

    Alphablock

    With thick pages cut into the shape of each letter, children and parents will enjoy this peek-through guessing game arou... More

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    5th August 2014

    Countablock

    Following on the heels of the successful alphabetic phenomenon, Countablock features thick pages cut into the shape ... More

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    22nd October 2013

    Oliver

    The power of imagination and the strength of friendship is celebrated in this Kate Greenaway shortlisted and Amnesty End... More

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    1st September 2017

    Buildablock

    In this companion to Alphablock, Countablock, Dinoblock, and Cityblock, readers are introduced to more than 24 construct... More

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    10th October 2017

    A Box of Blocks

    A stunning boxed set containing Christopher Franceschelli's groundbreaking, best-selling board books: Alphablock, Counta... More

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    1st October 2019

    Farmblock

    Explore life on a farm in this addition to the bestselling Block Book series! It's time to plant some crops, harves... More

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