Red Rockets and Rainbow Jelly/ Al Sawareekh Al Hamra Wa Jily Al Kous Kuzah by Sue Heap
  

Red Rockets and Rainbow Jelly/ Al Sawareekh Al Hamra Wa Jily Al Kous Kuzah

Written by Sue Heap
Illustrated by Nick Sharratt

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Synopsis

Red Rockets and Rainbow Jelly/ Al Sawareekh Al Hamra Wa Jily Al Kous Kuzah by Sue Heap

This is a rainbow palette of a book about two friends, Nader and Sawsan, who take the reader on a mesmerizing tour of their favourite things - including cars, aliens, dinosaurs and jelly! It is a simply told story with explosions of colour that will enthrall the youngest of readers.

About the Author

Sue Heap

Sue Heap is one of the UK's leading book illustrators.

As a child she lived in many places including Egypt, Germany, and Singapore. She wrote and illustrated her first book when she was twelve and as a teenager wrote lots of 'rather bad' poetry.
On graduating from Hull College of Art, Sue worked for an animation company and then as a designer at various children's book publishers in Oxford and London. In 1991 she became a full-time freelance illustrator. She has illustrated over thirty books, including Cowboy Baby, winner of the prestigious Smarties Prize Gold Award in 1998. Her latest picture book has been nominated for the Greenaway Medal.

She lives in Oxfordshire and in her spare time she motorcycles and is learning to skateboard.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Sue Heap
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Publisher

Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation Publishing

Publication date

26th April 2010

ISBN

9789992142097


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