Stick by Irene Dickson
  

Stick

Written by Irene Dickson
Illustrated by Irene Dickson

3+ readers   Baby and Toddler   

RRP £11.99

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The Editor at Nosy Crow says “This is a glorious celebration of childhood and the simple pleasures of playing outside. With a retro Ladybird feel, there’s a timeless quality about this book that makes it a perfect gift and one that will really stand the test of time.”

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Synopsis

Stick by Irene Dickson

A boy and his dog set off to play together one sunny day, taking nothing with them but a good, useful stick ...There are SO many things you can do with a stick. You can throw it, balance with it, float it down a stream, draw pictures in the sand and it will even help you make new friends! All it takes is a child's zest for life and a bit of creativity.

About the Author

Irene Dickson

Irene Dickson gained her first degree in Graphic Design and Illustration from Glasgow School of Art, and has been designing all sorts of things ever since, from corporate identity, marketing and websites to interior graphics and stained glass, as well as creating her own range of bespoke wedding stationery. She's now enjoying a new path creating picture books, having recently gained an MA in Children's Book Illustration with distinction from Cambridge School of Art. She lives in the beautiful rural county of Herefordshire, with her family and very old cat.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Irene Dickson
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Author's Website

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Publisher

Nosy Crow Ltd

Publication date

6th July 2017

ISBN

9780857638588

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