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Rosie's Special Present

Rosie's Special Present (Paperback)

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Rosie's special present worries about being a present, and worries about being special enough! It's Rosie's big day, and this little kitten ponders, worries and explores the house, eager to dress himself up to meet Rosie with disastrous consequences! Funny, sweet and heartwarming - a tail to curl up with...

Children'sPicture books, activity books & early learning materialPicture booksPicture storybooks Publisher: Vintage Publishing Publication Date: 02/07/2015 ISBN-13: 9781780080376  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Myfanwy Millward (Author) Myfanwy Millward was brought up in Mid Wales and began writing for children when she was a teenager looking for ways to entertain her younger cousins. After studying Film and Journalism at Cardiff University she worked as an English teacher in Italy and Spain. Since moving back to the UK, she's written scripts for documentaries, stories, monologues and has worked with children and young people in Africa teaching them how to make films. She currently works as a freelance writer and continues with her love of writing and telling children's stories.Gwen Millward (Illustrator) Daughter of the bestselling children's author, Jenny Nimmo, Gwen Millward was born in Hitchin, England, but was brought up and went to school in Wales. She studied art at the Edinburgh College of Art, where she graduated with a First in illustration and was awarded the Helen A. Rose Bequest for art. She won the Booktrust Early Years Award for The Bog Baby (written by Jeanne Willis). She now lives in Bristol.

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