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The Secret of the Tattered Shoes is recommended as a reimagined fairy tale for the modern reader!

A truly magical retelling! Buy The Secret of the Tattered Shoes We’re delighted that Jo Cummins from Library Girl & Book Boy has featured The Secret of the Tattered Shoes as part of their recommendations for collections of reimagined fairy tales for a more modern era! Read what Jo had to say below. This is a truly magical re-telling of the Brothers Grimm’s ‘The Twelve Dancing Princesses.’ Retold by Jackie Morris with strikingly intricate illustrations…

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The Secret of the Tattered Shoes is full of marionette-style collage illustrations! – Cool Things Chicago

The Secret of the Tattered Shoes is an impressive reworking of a timeless fairy tale Buy The Secret of the Tattered Shoes  We’re delighted that The Secret of the Tattered Shoes has been featured as part of The Cool Things Chicago Book Club! Read the review below. If you’re looking for a fantastic baby book with a fresh telling of an old tale, look no further than Jackie Morris’s The Secret of the Tattered Shoes. It’s…

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The Secret of the Tattered Shoes is featured in BookTrust’s Great Books Guide 2020!

BookTrust loves The Secret of the Tattered Shoes! Buy The Secret of the Tattered Shoes  We are delighted to announce that The Secret of the Tattered Shoes, written by Jackie Morris and illustrated by Ehsan Abdollahi, has been featured in BookTrust’s Great Books Guide 2020, as part of the 6-7 year olds category! Read what BookTrust had to say below. A weary soldier meets a woman in the forest who brims with light and life.…

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The Sunday Times picks The Secret of the Tattered Shoes as Book of the Week!

The Sunday Times celebrates The Secret of the Tattered Shoes Buy The Secret of the Tattered Shoes We are absolutely thrilled that The Sunday Times has chosen The Secret of the Tattered Shoes as Children’s Book of the Week! Written by Jackie Morris and beautifully illustrated by Ehsan Abdollahi, The Secret of the Tattered Shoes is the latest book in our One Story, Many Voices series. Read Nicolette Jones’s review below!   The picture-book reworking of…

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