Dewdrop Fairies Owl's Lost Hoot by Patricia MacCarthy
  

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Dewdrop Fairies Owl's Lost Hoot by Patricia MacCarthy

When Rose wakes up in the night because it is so quiet she's sure there is something wrong. With Buttercup's help she soon discovers that Owl has stopped hooting, but what she doesn't know is why? Join Rose, Buttercup and the other Dewdrop Fairies as they try to find Owl's lost hoot!

About the Author

Patricia MacCarthy is a children's book and greetings card illustrator. She lives by the sea and downlands in Sussex with her husband John Avon, who is a fantasy artist, and her two young sons, Laurie and James. Patricia graduated from Brighton Art College in 1980 with a BA in Graphic Design and since then she has created many children's books and hundreds of cards. She uses a remarkably wide range of materials for her artwork from batik on silk, watercolours and acrylics to collage as well as other mediums. Patricia has collaborated with New Zealand author Margaret Mahy on five picture books, one of which, 17 Kings and 42 Elephants won the New York Times Best Illustrated Book of the Year. The Dewdrop Fairies series are Patricia's first books with RHCB.

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Format

Paperback
24 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Patricia MacCarthy
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Publication date

7th May 2009

ISBN

9780552557559


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