Andree Poulin is the award-winning author of more than thirty books for children. Formerly a journalist, she now enjoys spending much of her time giving workshops for young people in schools and libraries. Andree lives in Gatineau, Quebec. Anne-Claire Delisle has been drawing her whole life. After studying graphic design at university, she became an illustrator for books, magazines, and advertising. Today she also teaches illustration at Cegep de Sainte-Foy in Quebec City. Erin Woods has been translating children's books since 2015, and has loved them all her life. She would like to thank her parents for forcing her into French Immersion, even though at five years old she was sure it was the end of the world-or at least her social life. Erin lives in Toronto, Ontario.
The humor in this story is reminiscent of Robert Munsch's writing. It's over-the-top but heartfelt, and the bright cartoon art is a hoot...A fun addition for those looking for new bathtime or numbers books. School Library Journal Bathtub fun, warm father-daughter interaction, a bit of exposure to sea life...and opportunities aplenty for counting, too. Kirkus Reviews Rich with vocabulary, numbers, humour and wonderful art, Poulin and Delisle have created a wonderfully entertaining counting book...Highly Recommended CM Magazine "[This] amusing tale introduces numbers, sea creatures and the idea of creative fun to children. The illustrations are...colourful, emotive and very funny. Bath time will never be the same!" Resource Links The illustrations in this Canadian import are full of expression and joy, perfectly matching the storyline...This is a wonderful book to add to story times about baths...It is also a good book to use for counting and practicing math. Youth Services Book Reviews Kids will love the chaos that ensues, which Delisle reflects through each character's...expressions. Going for a Sea Bath is an off the wall read which will surely get a giggle. The National Reading Campaign Munsch-esque prose paired with Anne-Claire Delisle's delightfully playful illustrations will have kids hooked. Canadian Children's Book News ...almost everything you can hope for in a children's book. It combines a hilarious father-daughter adventure and a funny counting game, learning about sea life with the colorful, lively illustrations..." The Reading Castle