All about Me

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Frances Lincoln, 1996 - Body, Human - 17 pages
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An interactive, first photographic body book, that will help very young children learn all about the different parts of their bodies. A lively, activity-based text, combined with superb photographs, encourages children to name, count discover and compare. Anthea Sieveking's irresistible photographs capture the vitality of young children learning about their bodies and themselves.

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About the author (1996)

Debbie MacKinnon is a freelance designer and writer of books for the very young. She has collaborated on many titles with Anthea Sieveking, including the Surprise, Surprise! board books which were highly commended for the Petits Filous Best Toy Award. Debbie lives in Australia.To visit Debbie MacKinnon's website click here

Through her career, Anthea Sieveking has concentrated on photographing children and young people particularly in the area of child development.Her photographs have appeared in many magazines and books including education books aimed especially at children. Her work has been used by the World Health Organisation and in 1994 she worked in India as part of the 'Child to Child' scheme to promote health education amongst poorer children.Another area of her work has been portraiture of personalities including Ben Kingsley, Iris Murdoch, Sir Winston Churchill and commissions by the Arts Council of Great Britain. Her other books for Frances Lincoln are My First ABC, the 'Find My' series, the 'Eye Spy' series, the 'What Size/What Shape' series, Young Gardener, All About Me and What Am I?

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