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Lord of the Forest

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By: Caroline Pitcher(Author), Jackie Morris(Illustrator)
32 pages, colour illustrations
Lord of the Forest
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  • Lord of the Forest ISBN: 9781845072766 Paperback Sep 2006 Out of Print #214055
  • Lord of the Forest ISBN: 9781847805461 Hardback Mini Edition Aug 2014 Out of Print #213966
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Everything in the forest is new and exciting for little Tiger – grass growing long after rain, snakes slithering, Monkey whooping to his tribe. But every time Tiger tells his mother what he hears, she says, "When you don't hear them, then, my son, be ready. The Lord of the Forest is here!" Tiger is puzzled, and can't help wondering: who can the Lord of the Forest be? Children will enjoy this book again and again with Caroline Pitcher's lyrical storytelling and Jackie Morris's superlative portrayal of the forest and its inhabitants in all their magnificence.

The mini edition has 32 pp and measures 103 × 140 mm.



Age Level: 5 to 10 years

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Biography

Caroline Pitcher's first book for Frances Lincoln was The Snow Whale with Jackie Morris, chosen as one of Child Education's Best Books of 1996 and shortlisted for the 1997 Children's Book Award.

Jackie Morris lives in Wales where she writes and paints. She has two children, a small pack of dogs and a small pride of cats. She exhibits her paintings in galleries nationwide. Her internationally bestselling picture books for Frances Lincoln are Ted Hughes' How the Whale Became; Mariana and the Merchild; The Snow Leopard; Can You See a Little Bear?; The Snow Whale; Lord of the Forest; as well as those she has both written and illustrated, The Seal Children; The Time of the Lion; Little One We Knew You'd Come; Tell Me a Dragon; The Cat and the Fiddle: A Treasury of Nursery Rhymes; The Ice Bear. She has also written and illustrated a critically acclaimed novel for older children, East of the Sun, West of the Moon.

Out of Print
By: Caroline Pitcher(Author), Jackie Morris(Illustrator)
32 pages, colour illustrations
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