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Run!/¡Corre!

Run!/¡Corre!
Carol Thompson By (author)
Carol Thompson Illustrated by
Teresa Mlawer Translated by
9781786284891
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2020/10/01
Child's Play

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6.0 X 6.0 in
12 pg


JUVENILE FICTION / Concepts / Body

Description

Carol Thompson’s exquisite illustrations allow us to share the struggles, achievements and sheer delight of children exploring early movement. Las exquisitas ilustraciones de Carol Thompson nos permiten compartir los retos, los logros y el deleite que experimentan los niños explorando su movilidad.

Author Bio

Carol Thompson is an English author/illustrator living in a small town in the middle of England. Her childhood was spent in the East Anglian Fens, a wild landscape of flatland, water and huge skies. As a child she cycled everywhere - and still does!
She graduated with a BA in textile design, and worked as an illustrator in a small studio, eventually finding her place in the wonderful world of children's picture books. Carol is now the illustrator and in some cases the author/illustrator of more than sixty books. Her work has been translated into more than twenty languages, including Lebanese and two indigenous Sioux languages, Dakota and Ojibwe. Somewhere in between she also raised three sons.


Carol Thompson is an English author/illustrator living in a small town in the middle of England. Her childhood was spent in the East Anglian Fens, a wild landscape of flatland, water and huge skies. As a child she cycled everywhere - and still does!
She graduated with a BA in textile design, and worked as an illustrator in a small studio, eventually finding her place in the wonderful world of children's picture books. Carol is now the illustrator and in some cases the author/illustrator of more than sixty books. Her work has been translated into more than twenty languages, including Lebanese and two indigenous Sioux languages, Dakota and Ojibwe. Somewhere in between she also raised three sons.


Teresa Mlawer translated this book into Spanish.