Sunday Funday: An Activity for Every Weekend of the Year (Hardcover)

Sunday Funday: An Activity for Every Weekend of the Year By Katherine Halligan, Jesus Verona (Illustrator) Cover Image

Sunday Funday: An Activity for Every Weekend of the Year (Hardcover)


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Perfect for gifting, this activity book features fifty-two seasonal activities that families and friends can enjoy together.

Make every Sunday a fun day with an amazing activity to keep you busy each weekend of the year. From gardening projects and obstacle courses to creative crafts and recipes, there's something fun to do no matter what the weather is. Packed with fifty-two seasonal activities for all ages, this book will be sure to make every weekend a fantastic one.
Katherine Halligan grew up near the beach in southern California. After studying at Duke University, she moved to the UK. She honed her writing skills while working as a publisher and has written over one hundred books for children. She lives, once again, near the beach in southern California, with her husband and their two daughters.

Jesús Verona’s work is divided between children’s illustration and illustrating for an agency. His main interests are nature, art, typography, architecture, and design. He is the illustrator of Look What I Found in the Woods and Look What I Found at the Beach, both written by Moira Butterfield. Jesús Verona was born in Madrid but lives with his wife and three children in Stockholm, Sweden.
Product Details ISBN: 9781536227482
ISBN-10: 153622748X
Publisher: Candlewick Press
Publication Date: September 27th, 2022
Pages: 112
Language: English
An activity for each weekend of the year will keep kids busy crafting, cooking, gardening, and exploring, either by themselves or with family or friends. . . . Verona’s digital illustrations are notable both for the seasonal signs and colors of nature they include and for the diversity of the cast in terms of race, age, and ability.
—Kirkus Reviews