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Lily has decided - this year she will have a pink birthday. Pink invitations, pink cake and pink presents. But Blue Kangaroo is not pink! Has Lily forgotten her best friend?
Praise for 'I Love You, Blue Kangaroo!':
'Presented in clear, bright colours, this is a charming tale about affection and sharing.' School Librarian
'The story is told with great sensitivity and gentleness and it is a profoundly satisfying and rewarding book.' Carousel
!'...would melt the stoniest heart. Blue Kangaroo is ousted from his place... by a procession of new toys. A tender and touching story for three to six year olds. Sunday Telegraph
Praise for Where Are You, Blue Kangaroo?
'Dazzles with as much craft and originality as the first picture book about this disarming pair.' Independent
'Could become a classic.' Books for Keeps
'Irresistible...brimming with 'Aaah factor'.' The Bookseller
'Blue Kangaroo is a winner.' T. E. S.
Praise for 'Melrose and Croc'
'The nostalgic look of a classic picture book. Timeless in its appeal.' The Guardian
'Clark's style is touching and the pictures are gorgeous.This is the first of a series that promises to be popular.'
The Mail on Sunday
|Publication date:||1st April 2008|
|Author:||Emma Chichester Clark|
|Illustrator:||Emma Chichester Clark|
|Suitable for:||3+ readers|
Emma Chichester Clark studied at the Chelsea School of Art and the Royal College of Art, where she was taught by Quentin Blake. She has worked as a freelance illustrator for various magazines including New Scientist, Cosmopolitan and The Sunday Times, for publishers and advertising agencies as well as teaching art for several years, and has also illustrated numerous book jackets. In 1988 she won the Mother Goose Award for her first book, Listen to This!, an anthology compiled by Laura Cecil. She also won the Kate Greenaway medal in 1988. Since then, she has become internationally known, illustrating ...More About Emma Chichester Clark