The Sister Stories Widow and Her Daughter by Fiona Waters
  

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The Sister Stories Widow and Her Daughter by Fiona Waters

This work features magical and fantastic stories from around the world each featuring the ups and downs, the good and bad of various sister relationships. There is romance, adventure, bravery and more than a little double-dealing in these intriguing stories.

About the Author

Fiona Waters was born in Edinburgh, and is famous in the children's book world for her passion, enthusiasm and expansive knowledge. She is the Editorial Director of Troubadour, The Travelling Book Company, the largest Independent Book Fair Company in the UK and has written over eighty children's books. She won the CLPE Poetry Prize in 2007. She lives in Dorset and has several cats. Fulvio Testa is one of Italy's most distinguished artists and illustrators and has had many exhibitions in the United States and Europe. In addition to his own prize-winning titles, he has illustrated books by authors such as Anthony Burgess and Gianni Rodari.

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Paperback
96 pages

Author

Fiona Waters
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Publication date

18th September 2000

ISBN

9780747547198


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