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George the rabbit is the epitome of the timid child, but Bear cleverly empowers him to try. Wonderfully shows the the power of resilience and grit, the importance of self-belief and that we all have a bit of magic inside us if we give it a chance.
An empowering book about the power of self-belief from rising picture-book star, Sophy Henn.
A gentle message of empowerment with an appealing coterie of woodland pals, look out for the legwarmer-loving hedgehogs. The Bookseller
Sophy's books are in their simplest form an utter delight. They should be on the bookshelves of every family everywhere. Pom Pom is part of my children's childhood now and Pass It On is in our minds a gentle masterpiece. She has an immense talent with beautiful and original ideas. Lucky children. Angels & Urchins Magazine
|Publication date:||1st March 2018|
|Year Groups:||Key Stage 1|
Sophy Henn lives and works in Sussex, England. She studied Fashion at Central Saint Martins, accidentally had a London based career as an Art Director in advertising, then completed an MA at University of Brighton in Illustration. Now she writes and illustrates children's books in her studio, with a large cup of tea by her side, and can't quite believe her luck. Where Bear? was her very first book and since then she has created the wonderful panda character called Pom Pom. She has been nominated for the Greenaway Medal for Where Bear? 2015 and was shortlisted for the AOI Illustration ...More About Sophy Henn