One November morning, when the hills are hump-backed with snow, Laurie and Leo decide to build a snow whale. As they shovel, and pat and polish to bring the snow whale out of the hill, the whale gradually takes on a life of its own. Caroline Pitcher's tale of a brother and sister, and of the dreams their snow whale inspires is beautifully portrayed by Jackie Morris.
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Winner of the Fidler Award, the Scholastic/Independent Story of the Year Award and an Arts Council Award, Caroline is a popular and talented author. For A & C Black, she has written Please Don't Eat My Sister! (Comix) and Cast Away! (Graffix)....More about Caroline Pitcher
Jackie Morris is an author and illustrator, photographer and painter. She lives in a small house beside the sea in Wales. Her many books include Tell me a Dragon, The Snow Leopard, The Seal Children and How the Whale Became, written by Ted Hughes. She has a lively presence on social media and progress of her work can be followed on her blog: www.jackiemorris...More about Jackie Morris