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Giggle Giggle What's So Funny? [Illustrated] [Board book]

Ben Mantle
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
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Book Description

10 May 2012
Giggle, giggle, what's so funny? Is it two barmy ballet dancers jumping and jiggling? An exercising octopus all puffed out? Or perhaps there is a totally tickle-tastic answer? Put your fingers into this glove puppet and wiggle them to animate the pictures, be it the legs on one page or a head of crazy hair on the next. Great fun for sharing and making little ones laugh, you can easily bring this madcap book alive!

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Product details

  • Board book: 14 pages
  • Publisher: Campbell Books; Illustrated edition edition (10 May 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0230760597
  • ISBN-13: 978-0230760592
  • Product Dimensions: 22.8 x 24.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 881,874 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Ben Mantle graduated from the Surrey Institute of Art and Design. Since then he has worked in film, as Head of Animation in a Brighton-based studio as well as being an illustrator, and has exhibited his digital work in Brighton and London. He has published books with Usborne, Scholastic, and HarperCollins amongst others. He has also recently animated the Big and Small characters on a CBeebies interactive website. He lives in Brighton.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Really funny, great book! 7 July 2012
By J Cattermole VINE VOICE
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My son absolutely adores this book! It's lot's of fun, the red fuzzy glove fingers transform on each page to become legs or hair or the chicken comb and many more, the dancing hippos are the funniest, he laughs all the way through and especially the tickle monster at the end, always a favourite before bed, it's light hearted, well written and a nice interactive book - he's 1 and he adores it - even my older child at 7 finds it funny so it'll last!

Highly recommended, the bright pictures and witty story are a sure winner for all the family!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great little book 13 Jun 2012
By xenofan VINE VOICE
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I loved this book and so did my granddaughter. What a great idea and a really good twist on the finger puppet idea. It certainly made for a good giggle from children and grownups!
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4.0 out of 5 stars right hand 24 May 2012
By Owl VINE VOICE
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I like the book and the idea of the puppet but find it a bit tricky to use being left handed. Children loved the colours and the pictures.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fun board book guaranteed to get giggles! 17 May 2012
By Flyboy VINE VOICE
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This is a great book for toddlers. Our one year old absolutely loves the fact that it has funny wiggling bits on every page. The essence of the book is that the same glove puppet set of fingers are different characters on each page. Our little boy loves the book and will drag it off the shelf to be read. He loves the fact that the final character is tickle! You do need to be almost double jointed to get the most out of it and there aren't many pages but don't let that put you off - when you are aged one it is funny again and again!

Definitely one for your own book shelf rather than the library!
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By Pompom TOP 1000 REVIEWER VINE VOICE
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'Giggle, Giggle What's So Funny?' is a nice little book with an integral hand puppet. Each page uses the handpuppet in to create something different - wiggling beetle legs, dancing ballerina legs, a waving troll. The illustrations are nice, bright, simple and clear, and the book, and puppet, has a nice sturdy feel. My 4 year old wasn't tremendously interested in it, but a trial run with an 18 month old was a great success. Highly recommended.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Fun book for a quick laugh 16 Jun 2012
By Darren Simons TOP 500 REVIEWER
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Although not a book with long term appeal via lots of different things to look at, this is a fun little book to get a few giggles. The reader (adult) puts a finger into each of the finger puppets and wriggles the fingers on each page. There's a few words on each page, some bright pictures and the wriggling fingers appear as dancing legs, and hair amongst others. It's a nice book in that it requires interaction between adult and child (there's not much appeal for the child on their own with this book) but there's not much more to add than that. Oh yeah, the pages are nice thick card and overall the book will easily survive its usefulness.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Love it 21 May 2012
By DavyA TOP 1000 REVIEWER
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This book is lovely, the fingers on the font cover work their way through the pages of the book and cleverly become different parts of te picture, all the time being able to wiggle them or pop them up or down as the pages turn. Perfect for toddlers.
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4.0 out of 5 stars So much fun for small people! 15 May 2012
By Grr VINE VOICE
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As a grown up when I received this book I really was not sure. The glove for your hand is clumsy and looked large and the pages felt a bit awkward to turn when your hand is in the way, I was also not overly keen on the illustrations as they are not a style I am overly fond of. That said this is not a book for grown ups and clearly toddlers don't share my opinions. We read this book out to our two year old niece when she came to visit and she loved it. The structure of the story is simple and it is nice and short so that neither you or the little one gets bored reading it. The glove allows you to interact with the child so octopus legs can tickle or beetle legs can nip a nose which makes things lots of fun on top of the reading. The book itself is made from thick card which makes it nice and durable and once you get the hang of it the pages turn quickly meaning that small hands can help out easily. Overall this is a book designed to make reading fun and to allow parents to interact with their child whilst they are learning. It really succeeds at this so make sure you are ready to read this over and over again as it is now the book we are asked for every time our niece visits!
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