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Have You Seen My Blankie? - Lucy Rowland (Paperback)

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Princess Alice has lost her very precious blankie and she MUST find it! But her brother doesn't have it and neither does the giant OR the witch. Finally Alice finds her special snuggly in the arms of a sleepy dragon, but he looks so sad when she takes it back that she knows she must find him something just as cosy, soft and warm to cuddle.

Product Details

Barcode
9781788001991
Department
Books
Released
4 Apr 2019
Supply Source
UK

Book

Authors
Lucy Rowland
Paula Metcalf (Illustrator)
Binding
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Nosy Crow Ltd
Language
English
Number of Pages
32
Dimensions
290 x 250 x 5mm (290g)

Summary

Princess Alice has lost her very precious blankie and she MUST find it! But her brother doesn't have it and neither does the giant OR the witch. Finally Alice finds her special snuggly in the arms of a sleepy dragon, but he looks so sad when she takes it back that she knows she must find him something just as cosy, soft and warm to cuddle. But what could that be . . .?

Picture Fiction

General Subject
Children's Picture P/B
BISAC Subject 1
Juvenile Fiction / General
BIC Classification 1
Picture storybooks
Dewey Classification
823.92

Author Bio

Lucy Rowland (Author)
Lucy Rowland grew up in Cheltenham but currently lives in London, where she works as a Children's Speech and Language Therapist. With a real passion for language and lots of experience working with young children, Lucy was thrilled when she finally made the leap into picture book writing. When she's not daydreaming about story ideas, reading A. A. Milne or thinking up fun new rhymes, Lucy enjoys backpacking, baking and long walks on the beach. She is rather scared of spiders (and spider-related tricks!) but has now (bravely) done the highest bungee jump in the world!

Paula Metcalf (Illustrator)
Paula has been writing and illustrating for a very long time. Her parents still own an early original illustrated poem, the short but pithy 'Pin In Tin' (age 4). She went on to study illustration at degree and MA level at the Cambridge School of Art. She is currently a visiting lecturer on the Children's Book Illustration MA there. In 2007, Paula was the first illustrator-in-residence at the Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre in Great Missenden, Bucks.