Have You Seen My Trumpet? by Michaël Escoffier

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The third in this team’s trilogy of wordplay, this book joins Where’s the Baboon (2015) and Take Away the A (2014) to make a delightful, entertaining trilogy that is a salute to language creativity. Who’s going to love it? Anyone with a keen eye and love of words.
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The final book in Michaël Escoffier and Kris Di Giacomo's surprising, clever, and fun wordplay trilogy that includes Take Away the A and Where's the Baboon? Here you will find ridiculously delightful art, an engaging narrative, and wordplay that will keep even preschoolers deeply engaged.

Michaël Escoffier discovered his passion for telling stories as a youth. He lives in Lyon with his wife and children.

Kris Di Giacomo is an American who has lived in France since childhood. This is her eighth book from Enchanted Lion. The others are My Dad Is Big & Strong, BUT..., Brief Thief, Me First!, The Day I Lost My Super Powers, Take Away the A, Where's the Baboon, and Enormous Smallness: A Life of E. E. Cummings.

 

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Michael Escoffier was born in France in 1970. Raised by a family of triceratops, he discovered his passion for writing and telling stories at a young age. He lives in Lyon with his wife and two children.Kris Di Giacomo is an American who has lived in France since childhood. She has illustrated over 25 books for French publishers, which have been translated into many languages. This is her eighth book from Enchanted Lion. The others are My Dad Is Big & Strong, BUT..., Brief Thief, Me First!, The Day I Lost My Super Powers, Take Away the A, Where's the Baboon?, enormous SMALLNESS, A life of E. E. Cummings.
 
Published September 20, 2016 by Enchanted Lion Books. 48 pages
Genres: Children's Books.
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on Aug 02 2016

The third in this team’s trilogy of wordplay, this book joins Where’s the Baboon (2015) and Take Away the A (2014) to make a delightful, entertaining trilogy that is a salute to language creativity. Who’s going to love it? Anyone with a keen eye and love of words.

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