Moon Bear

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$18.99  $17.66
Frances Lincoln Ltd
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9.37 X 10.94 X 0.39 inches | 1.1 pounds

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About the Author

Clare Helen Welsh is a children's book author who lives in Devon, in the UK, with her husband and two children. In 2013 Clare won the The Margaret Carey Scholarship for Picture book Writers and in 2014 she received the silver medal at The Greenhouse Funny Prize for her debut picture book Aerodynamics of Biscuits. She teaches primary school and has over ten year's experience in Early Years and Key Stage One education.

Lover of all artistic disciplines since she was little, Carolina T. Godina especially loves drawing and painting. She graduated in Philosophy, from the University of Barcelona (UB), but years later returned to her origins and studied illustration at the Escola Superior Design and Art Llotja (EASD Llotja). Literature and drawing have accompanied her since she was a child and it was thanks to this that she ended up in the world of illustration. Carolina doesn't focus on just one technique, as she enjoys experimenting with different materials. However, much of her work is created using graphite pencil, charcoal and gouache.

"With the help of a magical beam of moonlight, Ettie learns that bedtime isn't scary and that the night is beautiful. An uplifting celebration of creative thinking and the magic of the night by a Devon-based author."--The Bookseller

"This sweet wordless picture book about a girl who is afraid of the dark is a key release for Quarto in June."

--The Bookseller

"...a visually absorbing wish fulfillment tale..."

--Publisher's Weekly

"The gouache and colored pencil illustrations are cheerily de-light-ful...This is one bear all kids will want to cuddle up with when it's time for lights out."

--Kirkus Reviews

"An excellent addition to the fold ... Moon Bear is a quiet reminder of the power of a child's imagination."