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*Special Offer* The Boy Who Talked All Day & Talk Talk Boy (1 Book & 1 Soft Toy)
*Special Offer* The Boy Who Talked All Day & Talk Talk Boy (1 Book & 1 Soft Toy)

*Special Offer* The Boy Who Talked All Day & Talk Talk Boy (1 Book & 1 Soft Toy)

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Suggested for ages 3 and above


A charming tale in playful rhyme about the importance of paying attention to our surroundings.

There once was a boy who loved to talk all day long. He jibber-jabbered, chitter-chattered, yakker-yakkered and never stopped!

Until one day…something unbelievable happens.

Talk Talk Boy is based on the character in the witty and whimsical illustrations of The Boy Who Talked all Day. He would love to be the perfect friend for your child to chat to; and play with. At night, take off his sweater and Talk Talk Boy is ready to snuggle up and go to sleep.




ISBN: 9789814901925
Format: Hardback
Size: 210mm x 260mm
Pages: 32pp
Published: October 2021 by Epigram Books

Soft Toy:

Handmade in 100% cotton by local artisans, each Talk Talk Boy is unique.

Machine washable and safe for children and babies. Jacket is removable.

Approx: L31cm x D9cm x W14cm

About the Author

Linda Locke is a children’s book author. Agnes and Her Amazing Orchid was her first picture book followed by the Jack Is Curious series, which now has six titles. The Boy Who Talked All Day is her first foray into the world of rhyme. She was previously chief executive and creative director of Saatchi & Saatchi Advertising, and chairman and regional creative director of Leo Burnett Advertising, and has more than 300 creative awards to her name. Linda later started her own consultancy, Godmother Pte Ltd, and held several key positions at Club21, a luxury fashion distributor. She now serves as a board director at Culina Pte Ltd.

About the Illustrator

Shermaine Cheong is an illustrator based in Singapore. With a background in graphic design and advertising, she began illustrating in 2017, due to her passion for children’s picture books. She launched See You See Me, her own brand of products, featuring her artwork and designs. Her illustrations—a blend of water-soluble colour pencils, wax pastels and digital paintings—are a spontaneous take of little stories in everyday life.