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Little Goose's Autumn

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Published: November 2020
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Author: Woollard
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BIC Subject: Adventure stories (Children's / Teenage)
Published By: Pan Macmillan Uk
 
Published: 18-Nov-2020
Format: Hardback, 32 pages, 280x300gr
ISBN: 9781509807963
Stock Code: 9807963
Product Description
 
Elli Woollard turned to writing after an embarrassing incident in which her youngest son broke Michael Rosen’s glasses. She is now the author of several books, including The Giant of Jum, The Dragon and the Nibblesome Knight, The Great Gran Plan, Dinosaurs Don't Draw, The Adventures of Swashbuckle Lil and a rhyming re-told edition of Rudyard Kipling’s Just So Stories. After spending many years in Thailand, where she missed the changing seasons, she now lives back in London with her four children, her husband and a mad cat. In spring she loves to go to one of the big London parks, where she runs through the daffodils and watches the ducklings and goslings on the lake. Briony May Smith grew up in Sandhurst in Berkshire, playing in the garden with her younger brother and sister. She studied Illustration at Falmouth University and was Highly Commended for the Macmillan Children’s book prize in 2013 and 2014. She now lives in Devon, where her work day mainly consists of drawing fairies, interrupted only when her dog, Finbar, demands his walk. Briony’s work is inspired by fairy tales and folklore and life in the country.Elli Woollard turned to writing after an embarrassing incident in which her youngest son broke Michael Rosen’s glasses. She is now the author of several books, including The Giant of Jum, The Dragon and the Nibblesome Knight, The Great Gran Plan, Dinosaurs Don't Draw, The Adventures of Swashbuckle Lil and a rhyming re-told edition of Rudyard Kipling’s Just So Stories. After spending many years in Thailand, where she missed the changing seasons, she now lives back in London with her four children, her husband and a mad cat. In spring she loves to go to one of the big London parks, where she runs through the daffodils and watches the ducklings and goslings on the lake. Briony May Smith grew up in Sandhurst in Berkshire, playing in the garden with her younger brother and sister. She studied Illustration at Falmouth University and was Highly Commended for the Macmillan Children’s book prize in 2013 and 2014. She now lives in Devon, where her work day mainly consists of drawing fairies, interrupted only when her dog, Finbar, demands his walk. Briony’s work is inspired by fairy tales and folklore and life in the country.
A beautiful and uplifting story about a little goose finding her place in the world.
 
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