A series of beautifully illustrated bingo game featuring different species from around the world.
Bird Bingo brings a fun and educational twist to the traditional game as players learn the names and colourings of both their favourite species and weird and wonderful exotic birds. By Christine Berrie (Illustrator)
Bug Bingo brings a fun and educational twist to the traditional game as players learn the names and colourings of both favourite species like the Honey Bee and weird and wonderful exotic bugs like the Vampire Moth. By Christine Berrie (Illustrator)
Cat Bingo brings a fun and educational twist to the traditional game as players learn the names, colourings, and characteristics of their favourite breeds. By Marcel George (Illustrator)
Dog Bingo brings a fun and educational twist to the traditional game as players learn the names and colourings of both their favourite breeds and weird and wonderful exotic dogs. By Polly Horner (Illustrator)
Ocean Bingo is packed with ocean creatures for hours of bingo fun. Includes such favourites as the emperor penguin, sea otter, killer whale, and Pacific seahorse as well as lesser-known sea inhabitants like the yellow-bellied sea snake and the bioluminescent octopus.
Monkey Bingo is packed with cheeky monkeys and other mischievous primates from all around the world for hours of bingo fun. It features such firm favourites as the ring-tailed lemur and the chimpanzee, one of our closest living relatives, as well as more unusual creatures like the moustachioed emperor tamarin and the tiny, carnivorous western tarsier, whose eyes are as big as its brain and whose head can rotate 180° in either direction.
Contains 64 superbly illustrated tokens, one board, 12 bingo cards and brightly coloured counters for you to mark up your card, as well as a leaflet containing basic information and a few quirky traits for all of the animals featured.
About the Authors
Christine Berrieis a Glasgow-based illustrator who has studied at the Glasgow School of Art and Royal College of Art, London. Her work has been exhibited at the Pentagram Gallery, the DesignersBlock: Illustrate Festival and the AOI Images Exhibition. Her clients include theGuardian,The New York Times,Time Out andPenguin Books.
Marcel George specialises in water-colour illustration and has produced work for clients including the Financial Times, Esquire, the Wellcome Trust, and Bloomberg. He also loves cats.
Polly Hornerlives in Rye in East Sussex, UK. When she is not drawing, she enjoys going for long walks where she comes across a number of dogs, which she will invariably stop, pat and photograph. She is the author and illustrator of Pollyand the North Star(Orion), winner of the Booktrust Early Years Award, and illustrator of dogs: Best in Show(Laurence King).