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Jeannie Baker

  • 5 stars across 14 books
    Jeannie Baker was born in England, but now lives in Sydney, Australia. Her work often has an environmental focus and has won numerous awards, including the Friends of the Earth Earthworm Award for Where the Forest Meets the Sea and the 2005 Australian Wilderness Society Award and 2005 Australian Picture Book of the Year Honour Book for Belonging.
    14th June 2018

    Mirror Magic

    The town of Wyse, set precisely on the border of England and Wales, is remarkable for one thing: it is the only rema... More

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    1st November 2002

    Window

    Illustrated with elaborate and gorgeous collage constructions, Window is a wordless picture book that speaks volumes. It... More

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    1st July 2003

    Home in the Sky

    Mike keeps pigeons on the roof of an abandoned burned-out building in New York. Every morning he lets them out of their ... More

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    7th May 2015

    Lego (R) Chima Ice and Fire Sticker Activity Book

    Little fans of Lego (R) Chima will love this amazing Chima activity book! Packed with exciting adventures and eight page... More

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    7th February 2005

    The Hidden Forest

    Looking for his lost fish trap, Ben thinks he sees something dark moving under the water. Is it a creature or only his i... More

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    7th February 2005

    The Hidden Forest

    Looking for his lost fish trap, Ben thinks he sees something dark moving under the water. Is it a creature or only his i... More

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    1st May 2007

    Belonging

    A powerful account of the reclamation of an urban landscape told wordlessly through fascinating, detailed collage artwor... More

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    2nd February 1998

    Where the Forest Meets the Sea

    When a young boy visits a tropical rain forest, he pretends it is a long time ago and that extinct and rare animals live... More

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    27th July 1989

    Where the Forest Meets the Sea

    When a young boy visits a tropical rain forest, he pretends it is a long time ago and that extinct and rare animals live... More

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    1st May 2007

    Belonging

    A big book account of the reclamation of an urban landscape told wordlessly through fascinating, detailed collage artwor... More

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