Pip and Posy: The Snowy Day by Nosy Crow
  

Pip and Posy: The Snowy Day

Written by Nosy Crow
Illustrated by Axel Scheffler
Part of the Pip and Posy Series

RRP £6.99

Synopsis

Pip and Posy: The Snowy Day by Nosy Crow

Pip and Posy can't wait to go out and play in the snow. They have fun, until they decide to build a snowman and things start to go pear-shaped. Pip wants to build a snowRABBIT but Posy wants a snowMOUSE! Oh dear! Happily they resolve their differences over a cosy craft session indoors.

About the Author

Rebecca Harry (Illustrator) Rebecca lives in Cardiff, South Wales, with her two lovely children. When she used to draw as a child, she never knew she'd be lucky enough to do it as a job when she grew up. She studied graphic design and illustration in Exeter, and her first creations after university were greetings cards for her own business plus a large card company in Bristol. Rebecca works in a little studio above her friend's busy jewellery shop and, from here, she has illustrated many picture books for children including the much-loved Ruby the Duckling series, and numerous baby books.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Nosy Crow
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Publisher

Nosy Crow Ltd

Publication date

2nd October 2014

ISBN

9780857632968


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