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Romeo's Big Book of Clever Ideas Hardcover – 7 Oct 2017
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"Alain Gree uses his beautifully nostalgic feeling and hilariously funny illustrations to bring the text to life. This book covers scientific ideas in a brilliantly entertaining way. A great starting point for developing scientific thinking and reasoning as well as developing an understanding of risk taking."--Magpie That "https: //magpiethat.com/ "
"Imaginative and full of fun, this is a lovely story."--Parents in Touch "http: //parentsintouch.co.uk/ "
"It teaches children about engineering, problem-solving and persistence whilst they are laughing at his unsuccessful attempts. As well as reading the delightful story, there are lots of opportunities to discuss Romeo's ideas and what he could have done better."--The Ladybirds' Adventures "http: //theladybirdsadventures.co.uk/ "
"Alain Gree's illustrations are as beautiful as ever - having a delightful vintage feel to them that I find utterly entrancing. The book works brilliantly for children who are logical thinkers, or who maybe need a little bit of encouragement to think about things a bit more in terms of how things work and don't work. It's almost a first engineering text book in disguise!"--Being Mrs C "http: //beingmrsc.com "
"This is a lovely little book for toddlers and preschool age children [and] is great for language development in young children."--The Ladybird Adventures "http: //theladybirdsadventures.co.uk/ "
"There are so many lovely pictures to look and conversation starters on each page.."--Let Them Be Small "http: //letthembesmall.com " --This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.
About the Author
Alain Grée is a French author and illustrator of children s books. He has had over 300 books published, which have been translated into 20 different languages. He has also worked as a children's broadcaster on French national television, produced three detective novels, ten ship navigation books and been a journalist for 20 years for Voiles et Voiliers (sailing ships) magazine. He is currently a graphic designer and editor for various advertising publications. Alain's main hobby is sailing. He's owned several boats since the 1970s and has crossed the Atlantic Ocean twice. He finds his sailing trips provide the perfect time out to work on new children's stories and illustrations.
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