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Natasha Rimmington

Natasha Rimmington

  • 5 stars across 30 books
Natasha Rimmington graduated from the University of Lincoln in 2013 with a BA (Hons) in illustration and has been a freelance illustrator ever since. She has worked on many projects in both children's fiction and non-fiction including picture books. Natasha loves to draw animal characters, especially bears! She works from her studio at home in Scotland, overlooking the Ochil Hills.
6th April 2017

Gecko's Echo

Once there was a gecko and she lived inside a cave. She was very, very small but she was also really brave. To stop sne... MoreGecko's Echo

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4th September 2018

Where's Santa Boo?

(2 reviews) Review
30th March 2014

The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids

Step into the magical world of Child's Play fairy tales... Traditional tales are a well-established part of all cultures... MoreThe Wolf and the Seven Little Kids

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2nd July 2015

Early Reader Non Fiction: The Garden

Early Readers are stepping stones from picture books to reading books. A green Early Reader is a first factbook. It... MoreEarly Reader Non Fiction: The Garden

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22nd June 2017

Max and Zap at the Museum

Max is visiting a museum in Scotland, with his toy robot Zap, when something amazing happens: he tries on some magic ar... MoreMax and Zap at the Museum

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20th August 2012

I Can Help Workbook

A Workbook enabling children to practise the language points presented in the Reader. These workbooks ac... MoreI Can Help Workbook

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    Gecko's Echo

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    Nice bright bold colourful images for small ones. 
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