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The illustrations imaginatively present the Egyptian setting – Armadillo Magazine

Cinderella is an ancient story Buy Cinderella of the Nile We’re delighted with this fantastic review of Cinderella of the Nile from Armadillo Magazine over on Instagram! Have a look.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Armadillo Magazine (@armadillomagazine) The Telegraph calls Cinderella of the Nile a story of triumph over adversity Cinderella of the Nile featured in The Wall Street Journal Read a review by Publishers Weekly: Cinderella of the Nile is richly…

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Cinderella of the Nile featured over on tripfiction.com!

The earliest-known version of Cinderella is brought to life Buy Cinderella of the Nile We’re absolutely delighted that Bluebird Reviews has featured Cinderella of the Nile in her round up of fairy tale picture books from around the world over on tripfiction.com! Read more below. In this earliest-known version of Cinderella, a rosy-cheeked girl called Rhodopis is abducted by bandits from her home in Greece and enslaved in Egypt. Although she finds friends, she remains…

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Emma from Taunton Library reads The Parrot and the Merchant!

Read along with Taunton Library! Buy The Parrot and the Merchant Join wonderful librarian Emma, from Taunton Library, for a fantastic reading of The Parrot and the Merchant! Read David Almond’s words about this book in the Guardian. Link The Parrot and the Merchant is a USSBY Outstanding International Book! The Parrot and the Merchant features in School Library Journal’s list of best translated books of 2019! Looking back to the colours of Persian miniatures. A review for IBBY Link…

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Librarian Laura reads Cinderella of the Nile!

Read along with Laura! Buy Cinderella of the Nile Join the wonderful Laura from Tower Hamlets School Library Service for a fantastic reading of Cinderella of the Nile, by Beverely Naidoo and Marjan Vafaeian! The Telegraph calls Cinderella of the Nile a story of triumph over adversity Cinderella of the Nile featured in The Wall Street Journal Read a review by Publishers Weekly: Cinderella of the Nile is richly hued and intricately detailed! Carnegie and Kate Greenaway chooses Cinderella of the Nile and…

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Marjan’s illustrations in Cinderella of the Nile are brilliant – Margrete Lamond

Marjan uses biro pens to create her illustrations! Buy Cinderella of the Nile We’re delighted with this thoughtful Instagram review of Marjan Vafaeian’s illustrations from Cinderella of the Nile! Have a look at Margrete Lamond’s review below. View this post on Instagram Playing with perspective … I have written a blog (remember I mentioned I might?) about three alternatives to linear perspective, with three historical precedents and three contemporary practitioners. Tap the link in my…

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