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Eleanor Farjeon was born in London in 1881. Her first book, Nursery Rhymes of London Town, was published in 1916 and she went on to write over 60 books for children, including many collections of verse. As well as the Hans Christian Andersen International Medal and the Carnegie Medal, which she was awarded for The Little Bookroom, she was also awarded the Regina Medal in 1959 for her complete works. She died in 1965.
This award-winning book is an outstanding collection of stories to inspire dreams and wonder. Eleanor Farjeon has put together an elegant collection of diverse stories that capture mystery and surprise from around the world and moments of homely magic too. The collection is ideal for reading aloud to all age groups.