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Angie Morgan

Angie Morgan

  • 5 stars across 4 books
ANGIE MORGAN trained in Graphic Design and Illustration at Goldsmith's College, London. She uses pastels and watercolour with collage, for her illustrations, working with scanned fabrics and textures. Her inspiration comes from her three children, now grown-up, and from the children at her local primary school, where she offers Maths and Literacy support. She lives in Bath.
13th July 2017

That Is Actually MY Blanket, Baby!

Bella LOVES her blanket. Everywhere she goes, Blanket HAS to go too. But when New Baby arrives, the only thing that will... MoreThat Is Actually MY Blanket, Baby!

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Daisy's Big Dig

How one little girl gathers together all the different people and families in her street, to help one old man dig his ga... MoreDaisy's Big Dig

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Enormouse is bigger than all the other mice in the mousehole - and he looks different too. He is teased b... MoreEnormouse

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Small Stanley's Big List of Scary Stuff

Small Stanley wants to be BRAVE and FEARLESS like the superheroes in his books, but Stanley's world seems to be stuffe... MoreSmall Stanley's Big List of Scary Stuff

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