By Sutton, SallyIllustrated by Wilkins, Sarah
Let's see all the things we can spy, high above the city with Crane Guy! Spend the day with Crane Guy and see how many things you can spy from up high in his crane. Crane Guy, up so high, Building towers in the sky, Tell me, tell me what you spy. Something beginning with . . . Jo...in Crane Guy for a game of I Spy up high in a crane - how many things can you see that begin with the letter B? Or S? Or Pa This superb rhyming picture book by acclaimed author Sally Sutton and illustrator Sarah Wilkins makes a very fun game of learning letters and their sounds. Readers will love exploring the gorgeously detailed city scenes over and over again. Bustling with people, construction machines and vehicles of all kinds, Crane Guy is perfect for all young children obsessed with 'up high' places!Read more
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Sally Sutton (Author) Aucklander Sally Sutton has been writing picture books, children's novels and plays for two decades. She is celebrated for her witty wordplay and musical language, which make reading her stories a magical moment between parent and child. The author of the bestselling The Cat from Muzzle (illustrated by Scott Tulloch), she has been awarded several Storylines Notable Book Awards for her work, and in 2009 she and illustrator Brian Lovelock won the Best Picture Book category of the New Zealand Post Book Awards for Children and Young Adults for Roadworks. Read more about Sally at www.sallysutton.co.nz Sarah Wilkins (Illustrator) Sarah Wilkins was born in Lower Hutt. The middle child of seven, she dreamt of becoming a solo explorer. Dreaming and drawing, which she loved, go together, so she became an illustrator instead. Her award-winning images can be found on buildings, buses, bags and many other curious places around the world, but they feel most at home on the pages of beautiful books. She is the illustrator of the 2020 Best Picture Book Award-winning Abigail and the Birth of the Sun, with author Matthew Cunningham. Find out more about her work at www.sarahwilkins.net
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