How are you doing today? This charming pull-tab novelty book explores different feelings! Who’s shy? Happy? Silly? Come to the ocean to see how the animals are feeling—and learn about superlatives, too. No fish in the crowded school is lonely, but a solitary, slow swimmer is. Another fish, even further behind, is lonelier still, and a third, far away from everyone, is loneliest of all. The book ends with the sweetest, sleepiest seal, whose eyes shut as you pull the tab.
Corina Fletcher is an award-winning paper engineer who has been creating amazing pop-up books for almost 20 years. Corina first studied Graphic Design at Central St. Martins School of Art and went on to earn her Masters in Visual Communication at the Royal College of Art. She lives near Lewes in East Sussex, England. Natalie Marshall has illustrated more than 35 children’s titles since graduating from college with an honors degree in Graphic Design. Titles she has illustrated include the My Turn to Learn series (Hachette/LB Kids). In addition to illustrating children’s books, Natalie also produces her own line of greeting cards for her Little Red Owl label. She resides near the beach in Melbourne, Australia, with her husband and two kids.
Nathalie Marshall is an illustrator, author, and designer. She graduated with an honors degree in graphic design and an illustration award from the Melbourne Art Directors Club. Her illustrations have licensed to American Greetings, Hallmark and Papyrus and have appeared on packaging for a variety of products—from talcum powder to blueberries. She also produces her own greeting cards for her Little Red Owl label. Nathalie lives near the beach with her bike-loving husband, two busy children, and an Australian Koolie named Obi Wan.