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A truly perfect and utterly timeless version of the much-loved festive song, The Twelve Days of Christmas from an incredibly talented artist.
With a sprinkling of festive, illustrative magic, Jane Ray has created a timeless version of this traditional Christmas verse. The exquisite artwork captures the very essence of the festive season, making this a book bound to be cherished and read year after year. Jane Ray fans and collectors will be eagerly anticipating this latest book from the incredibly talented artist.
Ray's dainty illustrations are perfect for this imaginative and particularly romantic take on the old Christmas song. -- Glasgow Herald
Delightfully illustrated. -- Newbury Weekly News
Enjoy author Jane Ray's stunning interpretation again and again. -- Sussex Life
Pure bliss. -- Times
Exquisitely illustrated... delights to be found on every page. -- Ham & High
The richly coloured and intricately detailed pictures are a joy to behold and readers young and old will be captivated and delighted by the developing story. -- Scotsman
Beautifully illustrated. -- Cork Evening Echo
|Publication date:||6th September 2012|
|Publisher:||Orchard Books an imprint of Hachette Children's Books|
|Year Groups:||Early Years|
As a childJane Ray grew up in Muswell Hill, London, in a house full of books and music (her father is a pianist). She always loved to paint and draw and first started making books at the age of five. She never much enjoyed going to school as it was an interruption to what she really wanted to do and she still can’t believe that she is actually able to earn a living, staying at home and painting and drawing. As an adultJane trained at art school in 3-dimensional design (ceramics, glass-blowing, furniture and jewellery design) but came ...More About Jane Ray