The Crow's Tale (Paperback)
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The Crow's Tale (Paperback)

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Paperback 32 Pages / Published: 25/02/2016
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In the dark depths of winter, snow is falling and the animals are freezing and famished. Brave Crow sets out on a dangerous journey to find the Sun, and beg for warmth. Will Crow succeed, and what will happen to his colourful rainbow feathers?

Inspired by a Lenape Native American myth, this beautiful debut picture book shows how courage and kindness are what really matter.

Publisher: Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd
ISBN: 9781847806154
Number of pages: 32
Dimensions: 275 x 240 mm


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'This beautiful debut picture book shows how courage and kindness are what matter.'

Listed in Children's Buyer's Guide 'Picture Book Hardback' category

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“Beautiful”

Beautiful art with a beautiful story to match. I love the last page when crow turns out to be beautiful and he's told it's what on the inside that matters.

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“The Crow's Tale”

A pleasant tale with a moral. Although this was perhaps a bit too deep for my grandson (aged 3) he does remember the story. We loved looking at the illustrations especially comparing the crow with his rainbow feathers... More

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“Delightful”

The stunning illustrations are a feast for the eyes and the story is memorable and touching.
Sure to become a children's classic.

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