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Adrienne Kennaway

  • 5 stars across 32 books
    Adrienne Kennaway studied at Ealing Art School and the Accademia di Belle Arti in Rome. A great lover of all forms of nature, she won the 1987 Kate Greenaway Medal for Crafty Chameleon. She lives in County Kerry, Ireland.

    Adrienne's books for Frances Lincoln are This is the Oasis, This is the Reef and This is the Tree, Jungle Song and Arctic Song, Rainbow Bird and Curious Clownfish.

    Eric Maddern studied sociology and psychology at Sheffield University, then spent 10 years travelling around the world. He now performs all over the country as a storyteller and folk singer, and he has built a roundhouse in the grounds of his home, where he holds storytelling events. He lives in Gwnyedd, Wales.


    Eric's books for Frances Lincoln are Death in a Nut, Nail Soup, Cow on the Roof, Earth Story and Life Story, Fire Children, The King with Horse's Ears, Spirit of the Forest, Rainbow Bird, The King and the Seed and Curious Clownfish.


    To visit Eric Maddern's website click here

    29th August 2002

    Blessu

    Blessu is a very small elephant who suffers from dreadful hay fever - and although he's very small, he has a very large ... More

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    15th April 2004

    Greedy Zebra

    When the animals discovere a cave full of furs and skins, they discarde their drab skins for glossy new ones. Greedy z... More

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    14th October 2004

    African Animal Tales: Crafty Chameleon

    Tormented every morning by leopard and bullied by crocodile, the clever little chameleon decides to play a trick on th... More

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    3rd May 1990

    African Animal Tales: Lazy Lion

    Lazy Lion orders the animals to build him a house on the African plain. The Weaver Birds build him a house of ... More

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    11th February 2016

    African Animal Tales: Sleepy Cheetah

    This is the story of how Cheetah got her distinctive spots, and discovered that she could run as fast as the wind. ... More

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    6th August 2009

    African Animal Tales: Cross Crocodile

    Long ago on the Great African Plains, it was so dry before the rain came that all the animals were hot, and thirsty, and... More

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    1st September 1998

    Meerkat in Trouble

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    2nd March 2017

    The Rainbow Bird

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    7th August 2008

    This is the Reef

    This is a celebration of the Great Barrier Reef and the significance it has on the marine life forms that it feeds, shel... More

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