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Who Stole the Rainbow?

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Who Stole the Rainbow? by Vasanti Unka
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Description

Award-winning picture book creator Vasanti Unka brings us a visually gorgeous 'mystery thriller for children' about what makes a rainbow appear and disappear - and who is to blame! A razzle-dazzle rainbow suddenly disappears from the sky . . . What happened? Was it stolen? Who will solve the mystery? Be prepared for a thrilling tale of crime, suspense, sunshine and rain. This colourful and memorable tale comes with fold-out pages and a QR code taking you to a short animated video in which characters from the book explain how rainbows (really) appear. Who Stole the Rainbow? is the perfect story for all budding scientists, meteorologists and detectives.

Author Biography

Vasanti Unka is an author, illustrator and designer whose picture books have won multiple awards. In 2014 The Boring Book won the Margaret Mahy Book of the Year Award at the 2014 NZ Post Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, and was recognized internationally with a White Raven and IBBY Honours awards. Stripes! No, Spots! was lauded as a 2016 Storylines Notable Picture Book and has also published in the UK and US. Vasanti lives in Auckland, New Zealand
Release date NZ
July 2nd, 2018
Author
Brand
Country of Publication
New Zealand
Imprint
Puffin
Interest Age
From 3 to 7 years
Pages
32
Dimensions
259x261x6
ISBN-13
9780143771210
Product ID
27565802

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