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    • ISBN:9781444935745
    • Publication date:12 Jan 2017

Origami Heart

By Binny

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  • £6.99

A heartfelt celebration of love and friendship in the big city, perfect for Valentine's Day - including origami activities!

A heartfelt celebration of love and friendship in the big city, perfect for Valentine's Day - including origami activities!

Kabuki is a neat little rabbit who likes everything to be just so, from his bow tie to his cup of snow pea tea. But one thing is missing from Kabuki's perfect life: someone to share it with.

A heartfelt celebration of love and friendship in the bustling big city.

Includes make-your-own origami activities!

Readers of all ages will fall in love with Kabuki and his exquisitely illustrated world, inspired by Japanese art and culture.

The award-winning author-illustrator debut book from rising star Binny.

Find Binny online:
Instagram @binnyillustration
Twitter @binnytalib
www.binny.com.au

Biographical Notes

Binny is an award-winning illustrator and designer whose stylish hand-drawn illustrations can be found across the US, UK, Japan and Australia in children's clothing brands, toys, interior design, books, album covers and greeting cards. Origami Heart is her first picture book. She lives in Australia.

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  • ISBN: 9781444935738
  • Publication date: 11 Jan 2018
  • Page count: 32
  • Imprint: Hodder Children's Books
Gorgeous design, a delightfully quirky story, adorable characters, thoroughly heart-warming illustrations and what looks like a hand-lettered text make this debut book a small treasure — Red Reading Hub
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