Jane Foster's Things That Go (Jane Foster Books) (Board book)
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Introduce little ones to their favorite things that go in this bold and graphic board book by illustrator and textile designer Jane Foster.
In this beautiful and sophisticated board book, children will be introduced to bold images of things that go, such as beeping buses, zooming rockets, and more!
Praise for Jane Foster's ABC and Jane Foster's 123:
"Both titles are stunningly simple, but Foster is able to create some truly arresting images here, making both books pleasurable repeat reads. A fetching and effective introduction to the world of numbers." -starred review, Kirkus Reviews
"It's a book that style-minded parents and kids can appreciate equally." -starred review, Publisher's Weekly
"This unusually attractive counting board book from the British illustrator and textile designer Jane Foster shows off her style in a way that will catch - and hold - the eye of grown-ups and younger children alike." -New York Times Children's Board Book roundup review
About the Author
Jane Foster is a designer and illustrator whose work in screen printing has gained her wide acclaim. Her style is heavily influenced by Scandinavian trends with a nod to the 1950s and 60s. Appealing to adults and children alike, her work is bold, colourful and happy in its execution. Jane also screen prints fabric to make toys, cushions, bags and toy kits. Her range of stylish designs is much more than that though and you can accessorise your home with ceramics, glassware and kitchen textiles as well.
Jane lives near the coast in Devon in a vintage-inspired home with her partner and daughter.
We have eleven items represented: some that move through the air, some through water and others across land. Each 'mover' has a double spread, its name is given against a subtly patterned page opposite which is the object and an associated sound, I can't imagine any toddler not enjoying sharing these beauties with an enthusiastic parent or carer.I foresee hours of fun and language learning where the three (or four) come together. Both books are a clever, winning mix of simplicity and sophistication
— Red Reading Hub