Starry Starry Night by Sarah Kate Mitchell
  

Synopsis

Starry Starry Night by Sarah Kate Mitchell

Starry Starry Night is a whimsical picture book that tells the story of Jeffrey, a young boy with a wonderful imagination, and the quirky adventure he conjures up when he fears someone may have lost a precious piece of their imagination. Jeffrey's adventure takes place across pages and pages of luminous landscapes littered with intricate silhouettes and twinkling backdrops as he encounters a series of strange and enchanting creatures. Marching moonbugs, fluttering leafbirds, a curious cardboard companion and an affectionate school of ticklefish emerge from shadowy hiding places to lead him on his search for the lost 'imagining'.

About the Author

Since completing a Diploma of Graphic Design in 2007, Sarah Kate Mitchell has been working as a freelance graphic designer and illustrator. In her spare time she illustrates and designs personal projects, experiments with digital rendering techniques and works in a speciality children's bookshop. Starry Starry Night is Sarah Kate's debut children's book.

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Format

Book
48 pages

Author

Sarah Kate Mitchell
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Publisher

Pier 9 an imprint of Murdoch Books

Publication date

1st November 2010

ISBN

9781741968194


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