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Karin Littlewood - Author

Karin Littlewood studied graphic design at the University of Northumbria, followed by an MA in Illustration at Manchester Metropolitan University. Her acclaimed picture books for Frances Lincoln are The Colour of Home (with Mary Hoffman), Home for Christmas (with Sally Grindley), Home Now (with Lesley Beake), Catherine's Story (with Genvieve Moore) and When Dad Was Away (with Liz Weir). She also wrote and illustrated the picture books Immi and Sea Horse. She lives in London.

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Star Girl
Karin Littlewood
Gracie loves her special star in the sky so much that she wants it in the day not only at night. Climbing up high she picks the star from the sky and takes it home to look after. But the...
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Format: Paperback | Released 04/09/2014
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Star Girl
Karin Littlewood
Gracie loves the little star she sees shining in the sky every night. Every day, she is disappointed that the star is not there. In order to keep the star with her at all times Gracie climbs up, up into...
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Format: Hardback | Released 07/11/2013
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