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Sophie Tilley

  • 4 stars across 6 books
    Sophie Tilley is a talented illustrator and designer. She began her career as a writer for IPC magazines. Now, as well as being a successful author and illustrator, she designs and develops a range of children's soft toys, character dolls and decorative stationery items. Amelie and Nanette is illustrated in a charming, new style that demonstrates Sophie's versatility as an illustrator. Sophie lives in North Wales.
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    1st October 2017

    Princess Evie's Ponies: Silver the Magic Snow Pony

    Join a wintry adventure with Princess Evie and Sparkles the kitten in this gorgeous reissue, complete with press-out... More

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    4th March 2010

    Princess Evie's Ponies: Willow the Magic Forest Pony

    Princess Evie is crazy about her ponies. But Princess Evie's ponies aren't like any other ponies - oh no! Her ponies are... More

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    13th March 2014

    Amelie and Nanette: Sparkly Shoes and Picnic Parties

    Amelie and Nanette are best friends, and have been FOREVER. Because there is nothing nicer than having a best friend to... More

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    5th June 2014

    Princess Evie Sticker Activity Book

    Fabulously fun Princess Evie colouring book, full of exciting activities to complete. Includes brilliant poster and amaz... More

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    1st February 2013

    Amelie and Nanette:Sparkly Shoes & Picnic Parties

    Amelie and Nanette are best friends, and have been FOREVER. Because there is nothing nicer than having a best ... More

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    8th October 2015

    Amelie and Nanette: Snowflakes and Fairy Wishes

    Amelie and Nanette are very excited! Christmas is coming, and they are busy making their fairy costumes for the party at... More

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