The ... rhythm combined with the energetic and bold illustrations will kick start a new generation of runners and encourage early readers
It's the spirit of London 2012 in picture book form
Ready Steady Mo! is an antidote to too much sitting and watching TV and you can bet the feet of the four/five year olds will be twitching to get up and go as they read Mo's encouraging book.
The racy, rhyming text is designed to get kids reading and running and the entertaining illustrations by Marta Kissi make the pages spring into life. My youngest loved this and it got her really enthused about the forthcoming games
This picture book, using Farah's name, image and trademark gesture, Gray's exhilarating rhyme and Kissi's cheery energetic, diverse illustrations, will inspire kids to run everywhere, around the house, the park, across country -- even into outer space
Love, love love him and this book with its terrific, brimming over with energy, illustrations from Marta Kissi; she really has done him proud; and Kes Gray's rhyming text, that really does make you wanna get up and go - with little MO! Like the inspirational Mo himself; it's a real winner
This adventurous and exciting story becomes a fun and action-packed picture book with vibrant illustrations.
Bursting with beautiful illustrations ... The catchy rhymes will encourage little runners to get outside and get active -- meaning they're handily out of puff by bedtime. Genius.
Bright backgrounds to every page set off the action-packed drawings and fast-paced rhyming text to great effect...a super book
Ready Steady Mo! is a comical book that will keep kids happily reading for hours - and hopefully inspire some running games, too.
Bursting with beautiful illustrations
Packed with bright pictures and guaranteed to inspire kids to get moving anytime and anywhere
Each page is vibrant and action packed and you and your children can do the actions to make it an active experience. Ready Steady Mo is the perfect book to share with all of our little runners. Read together, run together and then do the Mo-Bot!