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Little Robin Red Vestav Jan Fearnley96
The timeless Christmas classic by bestselling, award-winning author, Jan Fearnley, is now available with beautiful new art for a new generation. One frosty evening, a week before Christmas, Little Robin washes and irons seven warm vests for the chilly nights to come. As the days go by, he comes across lots of cold and shivering animals, and kindly offers them his vests to wear. But - oh no! - on Christmas Eve, Little Robin is cold and all alone with no vests left! That is, until Father Christmas arrives to reward his kindness and generosity with a perfect little red vest . . . which is just how a robin got his red breast! Now over 20 years old, this favourite picture book classic about the true meaning of Christmas remains the perfect festive bedtime story From much-loved children's author, Jan Fearnley, creator of Mr Wolf's Pancakes. Every Nosy Crow paperback picture book comes with a free 'Stories Aloud' audio recording - just scan the QR code and listen along!
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Jan Fearnley is the award-winning author-illustrator of Mr Wolf's Pancakes, Harry and the Jaggedy Daggers and Milo Armadillo among many others. Jan lived in London for many years and now lives in the French countryside with her writer husband, Paul, two cheeky donkeys, five irrepressible rescued goats, who are known as 'The Horn Section,' two cheese-obsessed Limousin hens, five naughty cats - and any other waif and stray who appears at the kitchen door. Edgar and the Sausage Inspector is Jan's first picture book with Nosy Crow. The real Edgar sleeps on a cushion on Jan's drawing table, and he thinks it's only right that Nosy Crow are making a story about him . . .