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Catherine Hyde

  • 4 stars across 5 books
    Catherine Hyde is an artist who exhibits her paintings in galleries across the UK. She has also published greetings cards and stationery as well as two picture books for Templar in the UK, The Firebird and The Princess's Blanket, which were sold in the USA by Candlewick Press. She is a strong self-publicist who sells her work off her website and who is keen to promote this book at festivals and events. This is her first book for Frances Lincoln.
    1st October 2013

    The Princess' Blankets

    From former Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy comes the tale of a young princess who can never feel warm, a worried king and... More

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    4th October 2018

    The Snow Angel

    Lauren St John's stunning Christmas classic is about forgotten children, the power of nature to heal us and a girl w... More

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    3rd September 2007

    The Snow Angel

    Two little mice are playing in the snow one Christmas morning when they see an angel. Soaring through the sky, with suns... More

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    1st August 2013

    Little Evie in the Wild Wood

    Little Evie ventures into the wild woods with her basket of jam tarts and walks further and further into the trees, fa... More

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    1st September 2008

    The Princess' Blankets

    This fairy tale plumbs the heart of human fears, frailty and love. It contains a young princess who can never feel warm,... More

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