The Amazing Creepy Granny House

A lift-the-flap book for grandmas and grandsons to have a ghoulishly fun time! Meritxell Martí and Xavier Salomó have created a not-too-spooky lift-the-flap book that promises hours of entertainment for the little ones. This title shares the memorable story of a grandson visiting her granny to spend a very special evening together. To his surprise, when the kid arrives in the old Victorian style house, there is note for him: a mouth-watering snack awaits in the kitchen. After having a delicious eye-popping chocolate smoothy, the young boy chases the kitten room by room until dusk. By the time the full-moon is coming, the big date approaches and so does the a punchy dénouement that gives a unique twist on the hounted house cliché. Readers will love exploring the rooms, guessing what is beneath each flap and finding details and surprises hidden on every page. Boo! A novelty book for grandmas and grandsons to read together. That’s always a treat!

 

 
Author:
Illustrator: Xavier Salomó
Biography: Born in Sabadell (Barcelona) in 1976. Studied illustration and drawing in Escola Massana in Barcelona with honours in the speciality subjects of illustration and engraving. Studied the History of Art in the Autonomous University of Barcelona. He often writes for children's publications. He has worked for a number of publicity agencies, designing advertising posters, web pages, flash animations, catalogues and triptychs and also as a graphic designer.

36 pages. Hardcover. 28,0 x 22,5 cm

Sold to: Chinese (China), French (World)

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