These books are a fabulous introduction to the traditional stories we all know and love [and are] a great start for sharing traditional stories and fairy tales with little onesA first novelty board book about The Jungle Book, with push, pull and slide mechanisms.
The wild adventures of Mowgli in Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book are well-loved, timeless tales of growing up and finding a place in the world. First Stories: The Jungle Book is a perfect introduction for young children to this classic story and its host of animal characters.
Push, pull and slide mechanisms to bring the story to life and see favourite scenes in action. Mowgli, Baloo, Bagheera and of course the fearsome tiger Shere Khan are all beautifully imagined by Miriam Bos in her bold, appealing illustrations.
Little ones can collect more books in the First Stories series, including Jack and the Beanstalk, Hansel and Gretel, and Puss in Boots.
Miriam Bos is a cheerful and energetic surface pattern designer and illustrator from the Netherlands, who loves creating art that feels warm and joyful and brings a smile to your face! Every design and illustration is made with lots of love and dedication. In her studio, Miriam enjoys drawing elements of nature such as flowers, bird and whimsical elements. Combining her bright use of colour and her quirky characters, she creates colourful and dreamy designs using both digital and traditional techniques. Some of her other titles include Baby Animals and Dinosaurs, both in the First Sticker Story Fun series, and The Jungle Book: First Sticker Activity.First Stories are lively introductions to classic tales, from Alice in Wonderland to Sleeping Beauty, The Three Little Pigs to Peter Pan. Young children will love the push, pull and slide mechanisms, which give movement to the stories and make little ones feel like they‰۪re sharing in the storytelling! A tiny hidden creature on every page encourages children to look closely at the pictures and engage with the story. Each title is beautifully re-imagined for toddlers with child-friendly illustrations from Colonel Moutarde, Dan Taylor, Miriam Bos, Natascha Rosenberg, Dean Gray and Sophie Foster.