Jess Hitchman
Price £7.99
Description Description Journey through the farm and high-five animals as you go, in this fun interactive board book with flaps and a mirror!

At the Farm, meet an array of friendly, high-fiving farm animals: horse, sheepdog, cow and sheep!

Upbeat rhyming text encourages babies and toddlers to lift the large flaps and high-five the animals hiding underneath. Featuring a mirror on the last page so little ones can see themselves in the story!

Learning to high-five is one of the most joyful milestones in a baby’s development. Like clapping and waving, it’s an exciting way to strengthen bonds with friends and family, celebrate happy moments and let the world know you’ve arrived. High-Five Me: At the Farm is a playful, interactive board book with bright, modern illustrations, familiar animals, easy-to-grab flaps and a fun mirror, which children will love!

High-Five Me is an entertaining series of lift-the-flap board books that allows babies and toddlers to travel the world through the pages, high-fiving all of their favourite animals and imaginary friends. The final page of each book features a mirror and a child’s hand to high five. This is a fun and exciting ending, giving child and parent the chance to celebrate their amazing high-fiving work!

Also available in the High-Five Me series is In the Jungle.
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Series High-Five Me
Format Board Book 10 Pages
ISBN 9780711292420
Size7.48 in x 7.48 in / 190.00 mm x 190.00 mm
Published Date March 7th, 2024
Jess Hitchman
Jess Hitchman has worked for youth and entertainment brands including Cbeebies, CBBC, Radio 1, XFM, MTV, and Nickelodeon. As a side project, Jess runs Oops Yay, a digital play studio. Her educational apps for preschoolers have been featured by Apple all over the world. 
Carole Aufranc

Carole Aufranc is an illustrator based near Murten Lake in Switzerland. She studied Illustration at the University of Lausanne and has a Masters in Children's Book Illustration from Cambridge School of Art. She creates work for various clients and mediums, such as children's books, stationery, magazines, and textiles. Her illustrations are created using a delicate handmade technique combining painted papercuttings and collage. Carole draws inspiration from her love for nature, nordic simplicity, and mid-century art.

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