A Guide to Sisters by Paula Metcalf
  

A Guide to Sisters

Written by Paula Metcalf
Illustrated by Suzanne Barton

Synopsis

A Guide to Sisters by Paula Metcalf

Sisters. That special bond. Your sister is always there when you need her. And sometimes when you don' t. This creative, witty book provides a warm, caring, funny and very tongue-in-cheek glimpse into the world of sisters, big or little. The 'just enough' illustrations capture the essence of little girls; their confidence and their vulnerability.

Reviews

The illustrations in this attractively presented book are simple but engaging and totally reinforce the assertion that 'There is nothing as irresistible as a little sister!

's style features a light touch yet is beautifully detailed too and her ability to bring such character to the children in this book with the slightest pen mark is outstanding. Paula Metcalf's text is funny, well observed and great to read aloud. Certainly, this guide is a winner in our household where it fits our little sister to a T. Armadillo'

About the Author

Paula Metcalf made up her mind to be an author and illustrator at the tender age of sixteen. Her graceful, beautifully lit artwork is influenced by dance and her love of Eastern European fairy tales. Paula spent a year in Slovakia, but has now returned to Cambridge, where she lives with her cats.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3 to 6 years

Author

Paula Metcalf
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Publisher

words & pictures

Publication date

22nd June 2016

ISBN

9781910277164


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