Elsie Piddock Skips in Her Sleep
tells the tale of a little girl with a special talent -- she can outskip the fairies on Mount Kaburn--and is rewarded with a gift of rare and lasting value.
First published in 1937, this charming tale is reproduced in this stunning little book with classic illustrations, in a high-quality edition that makes it an ideal gift for young readers who enjoy magical stories that are perfect for sharing. (Age 7 and over) --Susan Harrison
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"The poetic, incisive prose is well-matched by the featherlight line and muted pallette of the pictures. A book worth treasuring." TES Primary "By that most perfect of storytellers, Eleanor Farjeon. Charlotte Voake... has to be half fairy herself to produce such exquisitely delicate pictures." The Guardian
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