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Storm Whale

By: Sarah Brennan(Author), Jane Tanner(Illustrator)
32 pages, colour & b/w illustrations
Publisher: Old Barn Books
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  • Storm Whale ISBN: 9781910646281 Paperback Jul 2018 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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'Bleak was the day and the wind whipped down, when I and my sisters walked to town...' So begins the story of three sisters and their wild and magical encounter with a whale, stranded on a beach. With illustrations full of light and movement, a powerful text that reads like a ballad, children and adults alike will be transported to beachside holidays of long ago, feel the wind in their hair and taste the salt spray, as the girls battle against huge odds to save something precious and vulnerable. The artwork moves from black and white to full colour and is expansive and nostalgic. Both author and illustrator are passionate about the natural world and environmental issues and see the book as a way to encourage others to care.

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Sarah Brennan is Hong-Kong based and her 'Chinese Calendar Tales' regularly make the bestseller charts there. She is also a Writer Ambassador for Room to Read.

Jane Tanner studied Printmaking and Painting and taught for several years before becoming a full-time illustrator, in 1984. She is well-loved in her native Australia and has won or been shortlisted for many prestigious awards there.

By: Sarah Brennan(Author), Jane Tanner(Illustrator)
32 pages, colour & b/w illustrations
Publisher: Old Barn Books
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