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Holly Clifton-Brown

  • 4 stars across 8 books
    Holly Clifton-Brown was born in London, and attended Chelsea School of Art Media and Design and Bristol UWE Faculty of Art, Media and Design, where she attained a first class honours BA in Illustration. Her work has been exhibited at The London Transport Museum and in the 2008 Degree Show at the Conningsby Gallery. As well as creating greeting card ranges she is now much in demand as a children's picture book illustrator.
    5th March 2015

    Who Puts the Animals to Bed?

    At the end of the day, At the start of the night, When the earth is half dark, When the sky is half ... More

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    30th May 2017

    Tell Me a Story, Rory

    A touching, timeless story about love and growing-up from bestselling author Jeanne Willis and rising star Holly Cli... More

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    1st January 2012

    Elephant White

    Elephant White is Lucy's favourite toy (she's played with him so much, his white is all patchwork now), until she gets a... More

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    23rd July 2015

    Detective McWoof and the Great Poodle Doodler Mystery

    Detective McWoof likes to think he's a great detective. He's always sniffing for cases to solve. The problem is that he ... More

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    3rd March 2011

    How to be a Ballerina

    Pink tights, pink slippers, and a tutu too: it's time to dance! Every little girl dreams of becoming a ballerina, and ba... More

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    30th April 2016

    Move Your Mood!

    Move Your Mood! invites kids and adults to twist, wiggle, shake, hop...and smile! Reading this book with your child ... More

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    30th September 2017

    So Many Smarts!

    Encourages readers to look at their own combination of brain power, skills, abilities, and capabilities to determine how... More

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    30th June 2018

    Sewing the Rainbow: A Story About Gilbert Baker

    Sewing the Rainbow is the powerful story of Gilbert Baker and the creation of the rainbow flag. This book takes read... More

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