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Sarah Fox-Davies

  • 5 stars across 19 books
    Martin Waddell is widely acknowledged as one of the greatest living writers of books for children. His work includes Farmer Duck, Owl Babies and the 1989 Kurt Maschler Award-winning The Park in the Dark, also illustrated by Barbara Firth. In 2004 he won the prestigious Hans Christian Andersen Award. He lives in Northern Ireland.

    Sarah Fox-Davies was born in London in 1956, and studied at Hornsey and Croydon Colleges of Art, before taking a four-year course in Graphic Design and Illustration. Focusing on illustrating animals in their natural environments (bats, beavers, bears, cats, wolves and even a caribou), Sarah also has a particular interest in natural history, and has contributed illustrations to a number of field guides and gardening books. She now lives in Wales.
    1st October 2011

    Snow Bears

    Reissue of a seasonal family favourite. Imagine - three little bears, a game of snowballs, and hot toast by an open fir... More

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    26th August 1993

    Little Beaver and the Echo

    An award-winning picture book favourite about a lonely little beaver in need of a friend. Shortlisted for the C... More

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    19th November 2015

    Walk with a Wolf

    A non-fiction picture book by one of today's most acclaimed authors about one of the world's most magnificent creatu... More

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    1st October 2008

    Little Mist

    For Little Mist, the snow leopard cub, the wonders of his world stretch far and wide.Guided and protected by his mother,... More

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    6th August 2015

    Bat Loves the Night

    Venture into the night with bats in this fun, informative, award-winning picture book, part of the Nature Storyboo... More

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    1st January 2012

    Mole's Sunrise

    Mole had never seen the sunrise. "I'd love to see it," he said. When his good friends, Vole, Rabbit, Squirrel and Sparr... More

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    1st June 2012

    LITTLE BEAVER AND THE BIG FRONT TOOTH

    Little Beaver is feeling scared...his big front tooth is loose and feels like it might fall out! How can he be a beaver ... More

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    6th October 2003

    Snow Bears

    When Mummy Bear comes out to play with her baby bears, she finds three small snow bears instead. They don't look like he... More

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    1st April 2008

    Bat Loves The Night Library Edition

    Did you know that bats aren't birds, but mammals? That they sleep upside down? That they shout as they fly, using their ... More

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      Snow Bears

      by Rocky17

      We have read this book many times and it is one that both children enjoy but we recently returned to it after a while and the children love it as much...

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      Little Beaver and the Echo

      by stayte

      My 4 year old loved that the Beaver made lots of friends, she said she felt sad at the beginning because he was sad but the ending made her smile and...

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      Snow Bears

      A lovely wintery tale about a Mummy bear and her 3 cubs.
      When it snows the 3 cubs fur becomes white with snow. They pretend that they are snow bears....

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