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Harris Finds His Feet

Written by Catherine Rayner

Harris Finds His Feet Synopsis

Winner of the CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal 2009 Harris was a very small hare with very big feet. Why do I have such enormous feet, Grandad? Harris sighed. So Grandad shows Harris how to hop high into the sky, to climb to the tops of the mountains, and to run very fast. Harris not only learns about the world around him but also the importance of finding his own feet... A beautiful and remarkable story of a child's journey to independence.

Harris Finds His Feet Press Reviews

Winner of the 2009 Kate Greenaway Medal, this sparkling story of a hare's journey to independence is available in board book for the first time. -- The Bookseller An enchanting, nature-inspired read about self-belief and the bold courage needed to take your first steps on a big adventure. -- Baby Magazine The magic of Rayner's fresh, honeyed and painterly illustrations, and the poignancy of the loving bond between a little hare and his grandfather, spring to glorious life again as a new generation of youngsters learn to fall in love with Harris. -- Pam Norfolk Every spread of this book is pure pleasure, as the little hare bounds gleefully across Kate Greenaway medal winning Catherine Rayner's wonderful watercolour-washed spreads, pausing sometimes for discussions on his journey towards independence. A must have addition to your board book collection. -- Jill Bennett / Red Reading Hub

Book Information

ISBN: 9781788814928
Publication date: 13th June 2019
Author: Catherine Rayner
Publisher: Little Tiger Press an imprint of Little Tiger Press Group
Format: Board book
Pagination: 24 pages

About Catherine Rayner

Award-winning author and illustrator, Catherine Rayner, was born in Harrogate and now lives in Edinburgh. She has a BA Hons in Visual Communication and Illustration from Leeds College of Art and Edinburgh College of Art. Much of the inspiration for her illustration comes from her pets.

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