A Flower in the Snow

By: Tracey Corderoy

Catalogue Number: L6C-C5NQ

A Flower in the Snow

  • Format: Paperback
  • Publisher: Egmont UK Ltd
  • ISBN: 9781405249454
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This is a heart-warming and touching picture book about the bond between a girl and her animal friend, Bear. In an icy kingdom far away lived the very best of friends: Luna and Bear. When a beautiful flower pops up in the snow, Luna is delighted! But soon the flower fades, and with it, Luna's smile. Bear sets off on an adventure to find another sunshine flower, sailing the seven seas, trekking through jungles and crossing hot, sandy deserts ...but will Bear ever find what he is looking for? And will Luna and Bear ever be reunited again? From award-winning author and illustrator combination, Tracey Corderoy and Sophie Allsopp comes the perfect book for winter. A gentle, lyrical text and sumptuous illustrations coloured in soft hues, A Flower in the Snow is calming bear book is a bedtime story to treasure.

Author's Biography

Tracey Corderoy A primary school teacher by trade Tracey was inspired to begin her writing career three years ago when she implemented literacy programmes for children returning to school following periods of long-term illness. She became passionate about writing for children, convinced that language, expressed through wonderful literature, is the key that stimulates learning and imagination. Tracey's children's books have been published all over the world and she recently won the Hillingdon Picture Book Award. Sophie Allsopp Sophie grew up in Hong Kong where she particularly enjoyed living in a hotel and going to school on a tram. After studying for her illustration degree in Bath, Sophie won several awards, including a travel bursary from the Royal Society of Art and was awarded a grant from the Prince of Wales Trust to set up her illustration business. Sophie has been illustrating for almost twenty years for a wide range of clients, based all over the world.

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