A Magical Mix by Llinos Mair


A Magical Mix by Llinos Mair

The fourth book in the Wenfro series - an exciting new scheme for the Foundation Phase. We join Mam-gu Iet-wen and her friends as they help Rhoswen, the pig, prepare a magical mix in her special compost bin.

About the Author

Llinos Mair is a familiar face in the creative world in Wales. As an experienced designer, living and working in west Wales, she is at ease creating visually appealing ideas. She is the face behind the clothing and gift company, Celtes, inspired by the words and sayings of Wales. Her imagination runs through the Wenfro package; she is an exceptionally enthusiastic supporter of environmental matters and of giving children in Wales an opportunity to understand their own country within the context of the wider world. Available for workshops and promotion.

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32 pages


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Publication date

30th November 2015



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