Immi

 
By Karin Littlewood

A classic story of friendship across continents.

Inuit girl Immi finds a wooden bird at the end of her fishing line, and every day after that she discovers something new, until her igloo is the brightest thing in the land. But where are these mysterious gifts coming from, and who is sending them? Hope and friendship echo across continents in this beautiful, timeless tale.

PB

275 x 245mm

32pp

Age 4+

Published

ISBN

9781910959534

£6.99

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REVIEWS

 

“One of the most beautiful picture books of the year.”

The Bookseller

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"A truly magical tale that brought a tear to my eye; how much a small kindness means and how little we know about the way a small gesture can bring happiness to one we have never met. Delicate illustrations accompany the story to perfection."

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"This is a book that will be with you forever, we recommend it for all ages of children and adults."

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CONTRIBUTORS

Karin Littlewood

Author and Illustrator

Karin Littlewood has illustrated over forty children’s books, and her work has been nominated three times for the Kate Greenaway Medal. She regularly gives illustration workshops at festivals, schools, libraries and bookshops across the UK. Her books include the classic picture book The Colour of Home by Mary Hoffman, which was chosen as one of the top fifty titles celebrating cultural diversity; Moonshadow, with Gillian Lobel; When Dad Was Away, with Liz Weir and Star Girl, which she wrote and illustrated. Karin lives in North London.

 

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