The Snow Angel by Christine Leeson
  

The Snow Angel

Written by Christine Leeson
Illustrated by Jane Chapman

Synopsis

The Snow Angel by Christine Leeson

Two little mice are playing in the snow one Christmas morning when they see an angel. Soaring through the sky, with sunshine gleaming on its wings, it is magical. But as they watch, the angel flutters and tumbles to the ground. Is there anything the mice can do to save the lost and lonely angel before it is too late?

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With gorgeous illustrations and a simple clear text, here is a story of kindness and helpfulness - just the right message for this season. Carousel

About the Author

Christine Leeson was born in Dublin and is currently living in India with her husband and children. Christine is best known for The Gift of Christmas and Just for You! Jane Chapman was born in the West Country. She studied illustration at Brighton University where she gained a First and a husband, illustrator Tim Warnes. They have a young family and a hectic lifestyle juggling work and childcare. Jane has illustrated many picture books for Little Tiger Press, including Big Bear, Little Bear and Dilly Duckling.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Christine Leeson
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Publisher

Little Tiger Press an imprint of Little Tiger Press Group

Publication date

3rd September 2007

ISBN

9781845063788


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