Anne Geddes 123

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, Aug 1, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 24 pages
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Every masterful image by famed photographer Anne Geddes is a testament to the unmistakable love and admiration she holds for babies and children.

Now, in "123," Geddes uses her remarkable talents to delight an entirely new set of (soon-to-be) readers. The pages are bursting with bright, colorful images and are printed in a larger, kid-friendly size -- just perfect for little hands. It will make learning numbers fun for children and parents alike.

 

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Anne Geddes'uniquely beautiful images of babies and children have made her the bestselling photographer in the world. They adorn greeting cards, calendars, books, stationery and photo albums, and are currently published in more the 77 countries spanning five continents. Anne's books have sold more than 17 million copies worldwide and have been translated into 19 languages. Her website, annegeddes.com attracts over 500,000 unique visitors from 200 countries each month.She and her husband live in New Zealand with their two daughters.

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