The Big Wimmelbook

Construction Site – Farm – Harbour

Join the Bunny Family for a busy day on a construction site, on a fun-filled farm adventure, and at the port for an exciting outing in this seek-and-find wimmelbook where there is always something to discover. From the time they wake up until the time they go to sleep, there is so much to see and do. Don’t forget to keep an eye out for that pesky Benny Badger—he is always up to no good!

With a fresh and adorable illustration style, and so many details on every page, this picture book with more than 50 huge pages begs to be read again and again.


„A treasure trove for kids who love a visual challenge.“ Booklist

„Children are going to love exploring the artwork in this wonderful picture book.“ Through the Looking Glass

„A stylish study of urban and rural life with just a hint of mischief.“ Publishers Weekly, starred review

„There‘s plenty to reward nose-to-page viewing.“ Kirkus Reviews

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Further information

  • Chinese Language (both simplified and complex characters) and Polish rights are sold, all other rights are available
  • English translation available

The artist:

Britta Teckentrup, born in 1969 in Hamburg, studied Visual Arts in London. She is the author
and illustrator of many picture books as well as non-fiction picture books and has received numerous awards. Her books have been translated into a lot of different languages. Today, she lives in Berlin with her Scottish husband and her son Vincent.

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