Poppy and the Blooms

Poppy and the Blooms

For Ages: 2 - 99
An inspirational story which shows that even something small can make a big difference. 

When the last park in the city is to be closed, Poppy knows that she and the Blooms have to do something. 
Scattering their magic as they go, the flower friends speed on their mission. Will they save the park?

‘Fiona Woodcock’s beautiful illustrations perfectly capture the contrast between a grey cityscape and the joyful kaleidoscope that fresh flowers can add… This gentle little story is a delight from start to finish’ Books for Keeps
‘A beautifully illustrated picture book which feels like a real visual treat… The artwork is stunning and very original and I think this makes it stand out as an interesting read for small children.’ Being Mummy blog
‘Blooming wonderful!’ Red Reading Hub

PRAISE FOR HIDING HEIDI:

‘Playful imagery and Heidi’s eventual recognition of her friends’ talents add up to a warm story about compromise and common ground’ Publishers Weekly
 ‘A very attractive addition to the picture book shelves from an artist to be watched’ Books for Keeps


 
  • Simon & Schuster Children's UK | 
  • 32 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781471147777 | 
  • August 2017
List Price £12.99 (price may vary by retailer)

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About the Author

Fiona Woodcock

From an early age Fiona knew that she wanted to earn her living drawing. Since graduating from Glasgow School of Art she has been working freelance in London on animated films, commercials, animation artwork for West End shows and illustration work.  She explores a variety of subject matter through self-initiated and commercial work, deriving inspiration from new places, brilliant people, bold patterns, structures and subtle details in everyday life.  All the projects she works on have a paper based handmade origin. She likes to work with a combination of pencil, paint, charcoal, children's blow pens, cutting stencils and experimenting with print techniques whilst dreaming up new characters and stories.

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