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Opal Dunn is an education consultant specialising in early language development, with a particular interest in English as a second or additional language. She has won many awards for her work with children. She is extensively published; much of her work is educational and concentrates on English and French as a foreign language but her Trade publications include: 1988 Track me Back books by Macmillan/Campbell (sold to Denmark, France, Greece, Spain and to Henry Holt US); 1991 Match and Patch Books by Transworld (3 co-eds) and 1999 Hippety-hop, Hippety- hay by Frances Lincoln.
A perfectly aimed book for babies ... a book that babies adore. The pictures by the excellent Angie Sage are exuberantly bright... and there are three more books in the same series that your baby will love just as much. - Vivian French, The GuardianRecommended core title: Aimed to encourage natural signing to say bye-bye. Colour illustrations of four scenes of a car, train, boat and plane disappearingn as mother and baby wave bye-bye. - Nursery World