A stunningly illustrated picture book, based on the classic song.
Tim Hopgood is a multiple award-winning author and illustrator based in York, UK. He has illustrated many books for children, including 'Wow! Said the Owl', 'What a Wonderful World' and 'Walking in a Winter Wonderland'. timhopgood.com Tim's picture book based on the much-loved song What a Wonderful World was published internationally and selected by Book Trust for their early years pack gifted to every two-year old child in Wales. Arthur Freed was an American lyricist and Hollywood film producer. Nacio Herb Brown was an American writer of popular songs, movie scores, and Broadway theatre music in the 1920s through the early 1950s.
`'Hopgood does the impossible and makes a song as ubiquitous as What a Wonderful World feel fresh again. With dazzling artwork that jumps off the page, the colours of the rainbow never looked prettier' (Praise for What a Wonderful World)' Huffington Post `'Reading the words in print, rather than simply hearing them, made me think much more about what the song says to us about the wonders of our world and the importance of love' (Praise for What a Wonderful World)' Parents in Touch `'The words are enriched by gorgeous illustrations' (Praise for What a Wonderful World)' Carousel `'Every page is so lovely, so appealing, it demands long, close attention' (Praise for What a Wonderful World) Gwen Grant, Armadillo Magazine' Armadillo Magazine `'The words to this famous song are given new life in this beautiful book' (Praise for Walking in a Winter Wonderland)' Book Trust `'Lovely, tuneful, wintry choice' (praise for Walking in a Winter Wonderland)' The Guardian `'Hopgood's crayon and pastel illustrations capture the sheer wonder of winter' (praise for Walking in a Winter Wonderland)' Kirkus `'A seasonal classic in every sense' (praise for Walking in a Winter Wonderland)' The Daily Mail `"Tim Hopgood>'s exuberant illustrations that accompany the words based on Arthur Freed and Nacio Herb Brown>'s song too, make rain a joyful experience."' Red Reading Hub `"The perfect gift to share with all the family"' Lancashire Evening Post