Age 3-5 | Paperback | 36 pages | 250 x 250mm
Publication October 2019 | ISBN 9781913134006
The imaginative and playful rhymes of Jason Korsner’s I Like to Put Food in My Welly experiment with language to comic effect, conjuring up a sequence of images that will have children in stitches. A laugh-out-loud picture book with endless surprises.
Written by Jason Korsner and illustrated by Max Low.
Jason Korsner is a broadcast journalist with the BBC, as well as a film reviewer and film-maker. What Can You See? and I Like to Put Food in My Welly are his first picture books.
Max Low is a graduate of Hereford College of Arts and was selected by bestselling children’s author Nicola Davies to illustrate Bee Boy and the Moonflowers, the penultimate tale in Graffeg’s Shadows and Light series. Max is the author and illustrator of the Ceri & Deri series of educational children’s picture books, also published by Graffeg. Max was selected as ‘one to watch’ by The Bookseller.
‘a hilarious adventure through language and word-play that is bound to leave you in stitches of laughter. Written again in rhyme, the vivid, child-like, free pictures by Max Low add to the raucous fun and imaginative play. For young readers, this is an adventure that gives the gift of excitement about expressing yourself, poetry and twisting words around to change the meaning and mood.’ Mary Esther Judy, Fallen Star Stories
‘Engaging rhymes and art: just right for putting across the ‘language is fun’ message to pre-schoolers.’ Jill Bennett, Red Reading Hub
‘Children will adore this brilliantly surreal book of poems, which get sillier for the longer you read them.’ BookTrust