Knock Knock Pirate
By Caryl Hart
Illustrated by Nick East
Knock knock ... Who's there? 1-10 pirates for you to count!
A rhyming pirate counting book that's full of surprises from award-winning author Caryl Hart, creator of Supermarket Zoo, and bestselling illustrator Nick East.
A visit from a pirate might sound like fun . . . but when the Captain's whole crew turn up too - causing mayhem and chaos - it's time for this little girl to panic. What is Dad going to say when he gets home?!
Also look out for Knock Knock Dinosaur and Knock Knock Alien
Caryl Hart (Author)
Caryl Hart is the author of many bestselling books for children, including the hugely successful How to Grow A Dinosaur and The Princess and the Peas. She is the winner of the Stockport Children's Book Award, the Sheffield Children's Book Award and the Lancashire Share a Story Award. Caryl lives on the top of a windy hill in the Peak District with her guitar-playing husband, two cheeky daughters, one extremely fluffy black cat, a goldfish, four hens and an invisible dog called Paddy.
Follow Caryl at carylhart.com and @carylhart1
Nick East (Illustrator)
Nick East is the illustrator of the bestselling Toto the Ninja Cat as well as the Goodnight Digger and Knock Knock series. He has been working as a museum designer for the past 16 years but has always been a storyteller, whether as a child, filling sketchbooks with quirky characters, or as a designer displaying a collection of ancient artefacts. Nick lives near York with his wife and two children and, when he isn't drawing, he is out riding bikes and spending time with his family.
Find Nick at nickeastillustration.com
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11 Jan 2018
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Hodder Children's Books
A rip-roaring story, with pirates young and old, and packed with fun and laughs. — Sarah Brew, Parents in Touch
his fun counting book is exciting and pacy and will keep the little ones heartily entertained. Bold and energetic illustrations with lots to discover that will keep children and adults amused. — South Wales Evening Post