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The World is Going Bananas Over Llamas

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Word has traveled up to the Andes, to a group of llamas, that the world is going crazy over them! So begins the recently released fun journey and seek-and-find activity book, Where’s the Llama? (Andrews McMeel Publishing), illustrated by Paul Morgan and Gergely Forizs and written by Frances Evans.

“Feeling flattered by this news, and being curious creatures, the llamas decide to embark on an incredible adventure to see the world and meet their adoring fans.”

The journey takes the llamas to explore exciting global locations:

  • a vibrant Mexican carnival
  • a magical Indian palace
  • an enchanting Russian ice festival
  • a chic Italian fashion show
  • and many more

Illustrated by the artist behind the bestseller Where’s the Unicorn? and the popular Where’s the Meerkat?, Where’s the Llama? includes 17 intricately designed scenes with 10 cute and quirky llamas to find. The opening of the book shows the names of the 10 llamas and offers a quick biography of each.

Featuring five extra challenges to find in each scene, this trendy twist on seek-and-find is geared for children – and llama lovers – of all ages.

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ABOUT THE ILLUSTRATORS:

Paul Moran is a U.K.-based illustrator who has many years of experience in producing artwork for books, magazine and toys using both digital and traditional techniques.

Gergely Forizs is a Hungarian graphic artist represented by Beehive Illustration Agency. After graduating as an art teacher and working as a commercial graphic designer, he turned to a career in children’s illustration.

Jim Alkon is Editorial Director of BookTrib.com and Senior Director, Marketing and Strategy, for BookTrib creator Meryl Moss Media. Jim is a veteran of the business-to-business media and marketing worlds, with extensive experience on both the business development and content sides. But Jim is a writer at heart – whether a book review, blog, white paper, corporate communication, marketing or sales piece, it really doesn’t matter as long as he is having fun and someone is benefitting from it.

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