The Littlest Star by Richard Littledale
  

Synopsis

The Littlest Star by Richard Littledale

Have you ever wondered how many stars there are in the great big sky? I want to tell you about the littlest star. He wasn't as sparkly or as exciting as some of the other stars, but one night the littlest star was given the biggest, most important job of all...This enchanting Christmas tale about the star that shone down on the baby Jesus was originally written, illustrated, designed, printed and placed on sale within three weeks to raise money for the Shooting Star Chase children's hospices. This edition of Richard Littledale's delightful story has been reillustrated with beautiful artwork Dubravka Kolanovic, and makes a charming Christmas gift, evoking the wonder of the special night.

About the Author

Richard Littledale is a Minister, an innovator, and a storyteller. Richard is a regular contributor to Prayer for the Day on BBC Radio 4, hosts a blog at: http://richardlittledale.me.uk, and tweets on @richardlittleda. The first edition of his children's book The Littlest Star was written, illustrated, designed, printed and placed on sale within three weeks. Dubravka Kolanovic studied at the Savannah College of Art and Design USA and went on to graduate from the Academy of Visual Arts in Zagreb. She has illustrated over 30 children's books, cartoon books and school textbooks as well as UNICEF's Christmas card. Her first picture book 'A Special Day ' won the Landmark Editions (USA) Golden Award.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 2

Author

Richard Littledale
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Publisher

Lion Children's Books an imprint of Lion Hudson Plc

Publication date

21st October 2016

ISBN

9780745976952


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