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Jane Ray - The Twelve Days of Christmas

Saturday 10th December 2011 2pm - 3pm 107 Charing Cross Road Children's Event, Free Event

Award-winning children's author and illustrator Jane Ray has used her talent to bring to life some of children's literature's most famous stories, from Snow White to The Story of Christmas. With her new picture book, Jane Ray brings us the classic Christmas carol The Twelve Days of Christmas, charmingly realised with her trademark rich and whimsical illustrations.
Jane will be at Foyles to meet her fans and sign copies of the new book.

Venue: Children's Department at Foyles, Ground Floor
Tickets: Free, no need to book. Just come along!

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