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Danielle Callaghan is a freelance illustrator based in Edinburgh, working from her home studio overlooking trees and birds. Since graduating from Edinburgh College of Art with a BA (Hons) in Illustration, 2013, she has worked with Edinburgh Zoo, the Edinburgh Royal Military Tattoo, Wild in Art and Friends of the Earth. Danielle uses traditional materials including dip pen, watercolour and ink which are combined with digital methods. As well as illustrating for children she has created murals, printed gift wrap and artists' books.
I absolutely love this book. The illustrations are beautiful with so much colourful detail. The story is very poignant, we've all been stuck in places we don't want to be, trying to find the courage to change our situation. The Fox does just that and the story ends on a positive note, a lesson for us all. The story is told in verse, but not the simple baby verse of early readers. This is much more subtle rhyming, but it flows easily. My grandchildren ( ages 6-10) all enjoyed reading this book and have asked for it a few times. A book to be enjoyed on many levels and one for the bookshelf. Chris Woolfenden, A LoveReading4Kids Ambassador
When Philippa discovers that a bee has lost its home due to a tractor ploughing up a meadow, she endeavours to find it a new habitat. Sadly each time she explores a possible location, she discovers that it is unsuitable due to human interference or damage. Eventually, however, she finds a farmer who has the perfect setting for bee to have a happy life. Told in rhyme, with bright and attractive artwork, this little book would be a good acquisition to the infant school library and a perfect gift for a young child. With £1 of each copy sold going to the Friends of the Earth charity, there is helpful information at the end of the book outlining the work of FOE and how we can support bees. Val Rowe, A LoveReading4Kids Ambassador
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