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Smriti Prasadam

  • 5 stars across 13 books
    Smriti Prasadam has written numerous children's books, including Axel Scheffler's Jingle Jangle Jungle and Muddle Farm. She was a writer for BBC Children's Magazines, originating stories for pre-school television characters. Melanie Mitchell lives in Powys in Wales. Her illustration style is beautifully colourful, soft and textured and is extremely child-friendly. Melanie's Mummy and Baby soft-to-touch jigsaw series of four books is also published by Bloomsbury.
    17th May 2010

    Hello, Bugs!: Black and White Sparkler Board Book

    Told in simple, direct language, a series of 10 bugs from ladybirds to butterflies, dance across the pages of this bold ... More

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    4th August 2008

    Peepo Paw Prints

    This is a very interactive book, where each page has a different set of foot prints that the young reader can have fun g... More

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    6th February 2006

    Mummy and Baby Jungle: Soft-to-Touch Jigsaws

    Mummy and baby elephant are cuddly and grey. They splash about together and find new games to play! Stroke their smooth ... More

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    6th February 2006

    Mummy and Baby Safari: Soft-to-Touch Jigsaws

    Mummy and baby lion practise little roars. Then they have a little nap and practise little snores. Stroke their silky sk... More

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    6th August 2007

    My Fairy Glade: Peep-through Play Books

    Little girls will love peeping through the grass and under the leaves inside this book, and joining in all the magical f... More

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    6th August 2007

    My Princess Palace: Peep-through Play Books

    Little girls will love peeping through all the windows and doors inside this book, and discovering the delights and surp... More

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    17th May 2010

    Hello, World!: Black and White Sparkler Board Book

    Told in simple, direct language, a series of 10 familiar objects are brought to life in the pages of this bold and innov... More

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    10th August 2012

    Castell Y Marchog

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