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Who is King in the Land of Kachoo?

Who is King in the Land of Kachoo?

  • R 9500


Arm yourself with a pair of binoculars, compass and water canteen; get ready to step into a land of adventure where wild animals roam free; sit down with royalty, get lost in the vastness (that is the beautiful Land of Kachoo); and face the ultimate king of the savannah!

The wondrous Land of Kachoo is ready for adventure, guaranteed to be a place revisited often, while read by the young explorers of Kachoo, our children!

Author Tina Scotford and illustrator Frans Groenewald delight with this series of idly comical stories set in the fictional Land of Kachoo. The rhyming verse and quirky illustrations invite the reader to linger in the Land of Kachoo along with the lovable characters. These enchanting books will charm the child in everyone.

About the Author
Tina Scotford's
The Land of Kachoois her first published work, and is inspired by her personal travels to stunning bush destinations including the Serengeti, Lake Tarangire and the Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania, Chobe and the Okavango Delta in Botswana, and South Africa's very own Kruger National Park, Hluhluwe and Klaserie game reserves. Included among Tina's interests are supporting KwaZulu-Natal's Sharks rugby, cycling and hiking in the Drakensberg, watching sport and the crime channel on DSTV, and practising the art of yoga. Tina Scotford currently lives in Durban with her partner, Gary. Together, they have a beautiful daughter, Sienna and a pet rabbit, Amy.

About the Illustrator
Frans Groenewald
studied at the University of Stellenbosch where he obtained his BA (FA) (Graphic Design) and BA (FA) (Photography) with distinction. Since his entry into the art arena in 2002, his imaginative paintings have enjoyed widespread public interest and support, with national exposure in the printed media and on television. His work is characterised by unusual word play, fresh colour usage and unique characters such as Basil the chef and his free-range chicken, Benedict. Titles form an integral part of his paintings. He contributes illustrations to children's books, magazines and newspapers, including cartoons for Eikestadnuus. Adding to the list of his many talents, he also designs logos and has won the ATKV prize for children's book illustrations.

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