Fferm Brysur/Busy Farm by Rebecca Finn
  

Fferm Brysur/Busy Farm

Written by Rebecca Finn
Illustrated by Rebecca Finn

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Synopsis

Fferm Brysur/Busy Farm by Rebecca Finn

About the Author

Rebecca Finn started illustrating as a child by drawing her own pictures for the books she read. She then studied Illustration at Kingston University, and now illustrates full time, working from a loft overlooking the north Kent coast. Rebecca loves to draw and paint anything and everything, from fairies and pirates to rabbits and building sites! She lives with her husband, Ed Eaves, who is also an illustrator, and a terrier called Ralphie.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
8 pages

Author

Rebecca Finn
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Publisher

Dref Wen
www.wbc.org.uk/

Publication date

16th January 2015

ISBN

9781784230173


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