Let’s Go to the Seaside!

Caryl Hart
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Bare toes scrunch in crunchy sand, children run and play. Look, it’s Bee and Billy… They’re on the beach today!

Join friends Billy and Bee in the third instalment of a brand-new “First Experiences” series set in the urban city centre. Today let’s go to … the seaside! They’re building sandcastles, watching kites fly up-high, eating ice-cream and – for the very first time – feeling the splash of the sea and the crunch of the sand between their toes… A gorgeously illustrated, bouncy celebration of the seaside experience, perfect for reading with a toddler before (and during!) a trip to the beach.

Book features :

  • A fantastic springboard to discuss the seaside experience with readers as young as 18 months+
  • Very friendly format: the titles have rounded corners, card stock, and a strong series ‘look’ which centres around toddler-friendly pastel colours
  • This series is part of Walker’s contribution to the #weneeddiversebooks campaign, aiming to reflect both the diversity in society and modern family dynamics

About the Author

Caryl Hart is an author whose books include Don’t Dip Your Chips in Your Drink, Kate! , an award-winner at both the Sheffield and Rotherham Children’s Book Awards, and Welcome to Alien School , which was shortlisted for the Red House Children’s Book Award. When she’s not writing, Caryl runs creative workshops with local schools. She lives on the top of a windy hill in the Peak District with her husband and two daughters.

About the Illustrator

Lauren Tobia is the illustrator of several books for children, including Baby’s Got the Blues , written by Carol Diggory Shields, Are You Sure, Mother Bear? , written by Amy Hest, and the multiple award-winning Anna Hibiscus picture books, written by Atinuke. Lauren lives in Bristol with her husband and their two Jack Russell terriers, Poppy and Tilly.

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