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Rosa Draws

Illustrated by Jordan Wray
By (author) Jordan Wray
Format: Hardback
Publisher: Aurum Press, London, United Kingdom
Imprint: words & pictures
Published: 23rd May 2018
Dimensions: w 255mm h 260mm d 10mm
Weight: 490g
Interest age: From 3 to 5 years
ISBN-10: 1910277495
ISBN-13: 9781910277492
Barcode No: 9781910277492
Synopsis
Take a fantastical ride through Rosa's imagination where you'll meet a purple moose, a very posh goose, a peacock wearing socks and a super-speedy fox! Rosa loves to imagine and she really loves to draw. But as her drawings grow and grow, will they get her into trouble? This delightfully fun story, told with playful text and inventive characters, has a positive message and a heart-warming final twist that will resonate with both children and parents. Perfect for encouraging creativity and exploration in any child who's ever picked up a pen or pencil.

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'the use of language is imaginative indeed...very colourful cartoon illustrations spilling off the pages in their exuberance' * Books for Keeps * 'Wray's illustrations will amuse both children and adults and the former will enjoy the invented words and the surprise finale.' * Red Reading Hub * 'This is the perfect way to encourage imaginative children to draw - and to keep on drawing... The illustrations are definitely a stimulus to the imagination, and the perfect complement to the story, with their fascinating detail and creativity.' * Parents In Touch * 'Wray's illustrations follow Rosa's imaginative impulses, rendering familiar animal characters exotic with accessories and zany details... Jordan equally enjoys coining new words to describe the scale and ingenuity of Rosa's creations, making Rosa Draws as much fun to read as it is to look at.' * Irish Times * 'funny and speaks to Emma as she often doodles away creating all manner of things which it does take some imagination to see!' * Let Them Be Small * 'will inspire young children to pick up a pencil or pen and start drawing. Jordan Wray's book charts the adventures of a little girl whose imagination runs riot as she draws everything from a peacock in socks to a naughty giraffe.' * Daily Express *