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Helen Shoesmith lives in Lancashire and graduated from Liverpool John Moores University in 2006 with a degree in Graphic Arts. She then went on to achieve a Masters in Illustration for Children at the North East Wales School of Art & Design in 2008.
Generosity, unexpected kindness and warm welcomes are at the heart of this story, making it perfect Christmas reading. It’s closing time on Christmas Eve in a big department store and all the shoppers and staff have gone home leaving only Clawdia the cat – and a family of lively mice. They lead her a merry dance around the shop, stopping occasionally to point out scenes that make her rethink her ‘bah, humbug’ attitude to Christmas. A surprise ending sees Clawdia and the mice enjoying a proper Christmas day. The message is lovely and the hectic chases around Christmas displays are lots of fun. As good as any John Lewis ad!
When a man cuts down little bird Rosa's tree, she makes herself a new nest at the top of his house and refuses to budge. News of her protest sweeps through the animal kingdom and it inspires other animals to start moving into people's homes in protest too! A funny and heartwarming introduction to an important environmental issue and the power we all have when we work together.