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Cymbals – Played by Gurple

Gurple the Purple Dragon is bursting with excitement! Today she looks like a dancing conductor orchestrating a beautiful sunny day. Gurple is playing the Cymbals which create attention when clashed together. The Maraca in her tail rattles just before the … Continue reading

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STUFFED – Illustration Friday

This weeks theme “stuffed” with Illustration Friday. I usually FEEL stuffed from thanksgiving dinner and my dog Charlie loves his STUFFIES (plush toys). However for the past week I’ve been stuffing bags with Fall leaves, and my friend and I … Continue reading

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The Cherry Thief – Children’s Book Review

The Cherry Thief by Renata Galindo Kudos to Galindo for both story and illustrations, she does an exceptional job at making an investigation to find a thief, fun and an imaginative adventure. Galindo’s illustrations are simple crayon drawings, primary colours … Continue reading

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The Princess and the Packet of Frozen Peas – Children’s Book Review

Written by Tony Wilson, Illustrated by Sue deGennaro Ah, so the hockey season is coming to a close, in honour of that lets hear it for Henrik and his “unreal princess” Pippa. Author Wilson has a great sense of humour … Continue reading

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The Art of Reading – Forty Illustrators Celebrate RIF’s 40th Anniversary

When you were a child reading, you probably didn’t think of the author and illustrators as much as you did the characters in the story or the drawings representing scenes. In this book you’ll find the people behind the story … Continue reading

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