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Layn Marlow

  • 4 stars across 4 books
    Layn Marlow grew up in Essex. After studying history of art at Reading University, Layn began her career working in libraries. She lived in Belgium for several years but it was on her return to the UK that she enrolled as a mature student at Southampton University and received a first class degree in illustration. Layn now lives in Hampshire with her husband, two children, a hamster and a goldfish. For relaxation she loves listening to the radio, knitting and
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    20th September 2014

    You Make Me Smile

    It's the first snowfall of winter and the little girl in this story is filled with that sense of wonder we all experienc... More

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    2nd April 2009

    Hurry Up and Slow Down

    Hare is always raring to go. He races through the day while the ever-patient Tortoise does his best to keep up. Hare, it... More

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    1st August 2005

    The Witch with a Twitch

    Kitch was an ordinary Witch's cat but Willa, his witch, was anything but ordinary. Willa is scared of everything! Nightf... More

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    1st August 2005

    How Many Sleeps?

    Toast, a fieldmouse, is very excited about his birthday. 'How many sleeps is it now?' is his constant refrain. Each day ... More

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