Play School: The Useful Book

Publisher details

Authors
Jedda Robaard, Justine Clarke, Play School
Publisher
ABC Books
Genre
Children’s Activity
Released
20 June, 2016
ISBN
9780733334016

Play School: The Useful Book

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Synopsis

Packed with activities, recipes, songs and so much more.Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Australia's most iconic show with this brand-new edition of the Play School classic, The Useful Book.With an introduction from much-loved presenter Justine Clarke and adorable pictures from bestselling illustrator Jedda Robaard, this is not only the most useful book you'll ever buy, but also a keepsake to be treasured.
Play School
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Play School

Play School has been entertaining children for 50 years in 2016 and is the longest-running children’s program in television history. Play School has encouraged generations of children to wonder, to feel and to imagine. Come and play!

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Jedda Robaard
About the author

Jedda Robaard

Jedda Robaard grew up in a small town on the island of Tasmania and now lives on the coast of Victoria with her husband, children and a variety of pets. Jedda trained as a graphic designer, the manual cut and paste way, and ran children's art and craft workshops for many years. The interaction with her young students, a passion for her craft as well as family life and a discerning eye for the innocuous but evocative little moments in life all contribute to her page-turning, whimsical and imaginative illustrations and stories for children. Jedda's books have been published in many languages including English, French, Dutch, Greek, Italian, Korean and Chinese.

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Justine Clarke
About the author

Justine Clarke

Justine Clarke is one of Australia's most accomplished and admired performers: a best-selling children's singer; acclaimed film, television and stage actress with credits including Time of Our Lives, Tangle, Love My Way, Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, Japanese Story and Hedda Gabler; and a constant, reassuring presence on Play School.

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