Neon Leon
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Neon Leon

by Jane Clarke, Britta Teckentrup

Everyone knows that chameleons are the best at fitting in. But not Leon. Leon is neon! In fact, he's SO bright that he keeps all the other chameleons awake at night. But poor Leon is lonely, so he goes off in search of somewhere he can blend in. In this delightful interactive book, filled with vibrant neon artwork, children can help Leon on his journey by counting his steps, sending him to sleep and giving him lots of reassurance when he's feeling down. But will he ever find a place he can fit in...? "Joyously written and illustrated" - New Statesman

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Product Details

  • Binding : Board book
  • Number of Pages : 24
  • Publisher : Nosy Crow Ltd
  • Publication Date : 2020-06-02
  • Weight : 355g
  • Product Code : 9781788006835
  • Dimension : 190 x 165 x 16 mm

About Author

Jane Clarke

Jane Clarke is the author of over 80 books for young children, including the award-winning Gilbert the Great series and Stuck in the Mud. She's also a children's poet, so she's thrilled to bits to have three rhyming picture books with Nosy Crow (Who Woke the Baby, Old MacDonald's Things That Go, and I Saw Anaconda). Jane's latest picture book is Leap Frog, a super follow-up to her brilliant interactive picture books Neon Leon and Firefly Home. Jane enjoys visiting nurseries and primary schools, and loves animals, country walks, fossil hunts, meeting up with her sons and their families in the UK and USA, and having fun with her granddaughters. Jane's website can be found at= www.jane-clarke.co.uk Britta Teckentrup grew up in a town called Wuppertal. She moved to London in 1988 to study illustration and fine art at St Martin's College and the Royal College of Art and ended up staying in England for 17 years. Britta has created over 30 books, translated into 20 different languages. Britta's illustrations have appeared in magazines, on homewares, clothes and packaging. Britta now lives and works in Berlin with her artist husband, young son, Vincent, and their cat.