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Frann Preston-Gannon

  • 5 stars across 7 books
    Frann Preston-Gannon is an illustrator and author whose picture books have been shortlisted for such awards as the Waterstone's Children's prize and The Cambridgeshire Read It Again Prize. She was also long-listed for the Kate Greenaway award in 2014. In April 2011, she became the first UK recipient of the Sendak Fellowship, after which Frann spent a month living with and learning from the great master of illustration, Maurice Sendak, at his home in Connecticut. She lives in London.
    7th March 2019

    In the Swamp by the Light of the Moon

    A little frog is singing to himself in the swamp one night. His song doesn't seem complete, so he invites other animals ... More

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    29th August 2018

    I Am the Seed That Grew the Tree - A Nature Poem for Every Day of the Year: National Trust

    I Am the Seed That Grew the Tree: A Nature Poem For Every Day Of The Year, named after the first line of Judith Nicholls... More

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    3rd January 2017

    Dave's Rock

    In this funny and stylishly illustrated follow-up to Dave's Cave, two lovable cavemen endeavour to make their rocks the ... More

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    7th July 2016

    Because of an Acorn

    Because of an acorn, a tree grows, a bird nests, a seed becomes a flower. Enchanting die-cuts illustrate the vital conne... More

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    8th September 2016

    Oxford Reading Tree inFact: Oxford Level 4: Tree Town

    Tree Town begins with a fox den among the roots, and ends by showing birds building a nest at the top of the tree. This ... More

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    8th August 2019

    One Dark Bird

    From award-winning author Liz Garton Scanlon and celebrated artist Frann Preston-Gannon comes a gorgeously illustrated... More

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    14th May 2020

    There's a Rang-Tan in My Bedroom

    A stunning picture book about one little girl and her orangutan friend, based on the Greenpeace film that became... More

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