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The Journey of Teddy and Marla by Godsteeth

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210x210mm Books
4pp Cover onto 170gsm Silk
Wrapped over greyboard case
Matt laminated to the outer
2x 4pp End Papers Printed
onto 170gsm Uncoated
52 inside pages onto 170gsm Uncoated
Four colour print throughout
Trimmed, collated and case bound


The Journey of Teddy and Marla is a fully illustrated children’s book. A lost girl befriends a kitten on her search to get back home.

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This spec is the archetypal hardback children’s book print spec. The black only print is striking and you don’t need to re-invent the wheel, the simple page layout gives the illustrations plenty of room to breathe.

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Brilliant communication from start to finish. Mike had endless patience for the many questions we asked. The guides provided were easy to follow and super helpful (the video guides are a must watch too). Our order of hardback illustrated children's books was delivered expertly packaged and on time. As for the finished product itself - stunning - a real joy to finally hold, beautifully made and perfectly printed! We couldn't have asked for more. Well, we did - we instantly placed an order for paperback children's colouring books too, which we are equally as happy with. Look forward to working with Ex Why Zed again in the future.
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