Where Do the Balloons Go? by Elena Davis
  

Where Do the Balloons Go?

Written by Elena Davis
Illustrated by

Synopsis

Where Do the Balloons Go? by Elena Davis

A birthday tale of fairies in a world made of balloons - with a sweet twist of an ending. Big pages burst with colour and light, framed by a sky-blue background. The fairies are child-like, wearing simple shifts in a rainbow of colours and small white-feathered wings perched between their shoulders. The award-winning illustrator has shown her watercolours in New York galleries and has illustrated cookbooks. These are her first children's illustrations, and they evoke a timeless quality on each page, with a carefully constructed, dreamy cloudscape. Her colour palette offers a gentle kind of delight.

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Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Elena Davis
More books by Elena Davis

Publisher

Red Rock Press

Publication date

7th February 2006

ISBN

9780971437234


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