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Sun Egg, The

By: BESKOW, ELSA, TATE, JOAN

Price: $23.00

Publisher: United Kingdom, Floris Books: 1993

Seller ID: 584

ISBN: 0863151639


colour illustrations A mysterious orange egg has fallen into the woods. "It's a sun egg!" declares the elf who finds it nestled on the forest floor. Soon she and her friends find out what it really is, but not before the little elf goes off on one of the best adventures she has ever had. [When referring to this item please quote our ID 584] View more info

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Pelle's New Suit

By: BESKOW, ELSA, WOODBURN, M.L.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: United Kingdom, Floris Books: 1990

Seller ID: 569

ISBN: 0863150926


colour illustrations Pelle has a lamb whose coat grows longer and longer, while Pelle's Sunday suit grows shorter! Pelle shears the lamb, and the wool is carded, spun, dyed and woven. Finally, the tailor makes a new suit for Pelle. [When referring to this item please quote our ID 569] View more info

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Rosalind and the Little Deer

By: BESKOW,ELSA

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Floris Books:

Seller ID: 12359

ISBN: 0863157947


Rosalind loves to play with her little deer in the shade of the lime tree. Then one day a hunter comes along with his dog and frightens the deer away. The poor little deer is captured by a king and kept in a golden cage, but it refuses to eat. People come from far and wide bringing delicious food for the king’s prized pet, but still the deer won’t eat. Then the hunter and his dog pass by and send a message back to Rosalind. Can Rosalind persuade the mighty ki... View more info

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Sun with Loving Light

By: BLOOMQUIST, STEPHEN, ED.

Price: $54.00

Publisher: Waldorf Publications:

Seller ID: 13908

ISBN: 1936367688


The Sun With Loving Light is an exquisite book, filled with songs, verses, poems, and stories worthy of early readers. This hard-bound, linen covered book comes to you rich with imagination from the first Waldorf school in Stuttgart, Germany, as it is a translation of the first reader, Der Sonne Licht. Many of these stories, poems and songs will find resonance in the hearts of parents, teachers, and former first, second, and third grade students in Waldorf schools. Desig... View more info

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Hello Animals, What Makes You Special?

By: BOTMAN, LOES

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Floris Books:

Seller ID: 14176

ISBN: 1782502181


This bright and lively board book introduces young children to a range of animals and their special characteristics. Loes Botman's colourful and detailed illustrations bring the animals to life, and the simple concepts and words make these books perfect for exploring with young children. Loes Botman is an illustrator in the Netherlands. She has been widely exhibited and runs workshops. She is also the illustrator of Hello Animals, Where Do You Live? and Hello Fa... View more info

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Hello Animals, Where Do You Live?

By: BOTMAN, LOES

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Floris Books:

Seller ID: 14175

ISBN: 178250219X


This bright and lively board book introduces young children to a range of animals and the special places they live. Loes Botman's colourful and detailed illustrations bring the animals to life, and the simple concepts and words make these books perfect for exploring with young children. Loes Botman is an illustrator in the Netherlands. She has been widely exhibited and runs workshops. She is also the illustrator of Hello Animals, What Makes You Special? and Hello Far... View more info

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Hello Birds, What Do You Say?

By: BOTMAN, LOES

Price: $14.00

Seller ID: 15280

ISBN: 1782504885


This bright and lively board book introduces young children to a variety of birds and the special sounds they make. Loes Botman's colourful and detailed illustrations bring the different birds -- including a robin, blue tit, swan, pigeon and duck -- vividly to life. Children will learn to recognise the birds -- many of which live in their gardens, parks and countryside -- and be encouraged to try out their distinctive calls. The simple concepts and wo... View more info

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Hello Animals, How Do You Sleep?

By: BOTMAN, LOES

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Floris Books:

Seller ID: 15360

ISBN: 1782505512


This beautiful board book introduces young children to a whole host of animals, including a squirrel and a fox, a hedgehog and a mouse, a rabbit and a bear, and shows how they sleep. Loes Botman's warm and detailed illustrations bring the different animals to life, and the simple words and concepts make this the perfect bedtime book to explore with young children. [When referring to this item please quote our ID 15360] View more info

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Illustrated Treasury of Scottish Mythical Creatures, An

By: BRESLIN, THERESA

Price: $38.00

Publisher: Floris Books: 2015

Seller ID: 13906

ISBN: 1782501959


Mysterious selkies, bad-tempered giants, devious fairies and even Loch Ness's most famous resident -- these are the mythical beasts of Scottish folklore. In the highly anticipated companion volume to the much-loved An Illustrated Treasury of Scottish Folk and Fairy Tales, award-winning children’s author Theresa Breslin brings together a stunning collection of tales from across Scotland. Alternately humorous, poignant and thrilling, each story is... View more info

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Mary, Queen of Scots Escape from Lochleven Castle

By: BRESLIN, THERESA

Price: $39.95

Publisher: United Kingdom, Floris Books: 2004

Seller ID: 15306

ISBN: 0863154573


colour illustrations Carnegie Medal winner Theresa Breslin breathes new life into this true tale from Scottish history. A dramatic and beautiful picture book starring one of Scotland's most famous figures. Through stunning illustrations and a gripping story, both packed with historical detail, children will feel the tension of Mary's imprisonment and the excitement of her escape plans. The true story of the daring escape of Mary, Queen of Scots' f... View more info

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Illustrated Treasury of Scottish Folk and Fairy Tales

By: BRESLIN, THERESA, LEIPER, KATE

Price: $38.00

Publisher: United Kingdom, Floris Books: 2012

Seller ID: 12339

ISBN: 0863159079


colour illustrations Slithering stoorworms, mischievious brownies, fierce kelpies and magical selkies -- these are the creatures of Scottish folklore. Award-winning children's author Theresa Breslin has collected the best-loved tales from all over Scotland. Retelling each in its own individual style, she presents funny tales, moving tales and enchanting fairy tales. Soar with the goshawk, dive with selkies and battle with the stoorworm, as each story is brought to ... View more info

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Pied Piper of Hamelin

By: BRISWALTER, MAREN, ILLUS

Price: $25.95

Publisher: Floris Books:

Seller ID: 13714

ISBN: 1782500359


The town of Hamelin is infested with rats. The people are at their wits' end. Then a strange man arrives at the town gates... The Pied Piper promises to help rid the town of the rats. But will they keep their promise to pay him?This classic version of the traditional tale is beautifully brought to life by Maren Briswalter's gentle, charming illustrations. [When referring to this item please quote our ID 13714] View more info

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Town Musicians of Bremen

By: BROTHERS GRIMM, MULLER, GERDA, ILLUSTRATOR

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Floris Books:

Seller ID: 13712

ISBN: 1782501770


Four unlikely animal companions set off on an adventure to become musicians in the town of Bremen. When night falls and they're cold and hungry, the friends find a cabin in the forest where they could rest and eat -- if it wasn't home to a band of robbers! Can the animals work together, and use their musical voices to chase the robbers away? Children will love braying along with the donkey, barking with the dog, purring with the cat and crowing with t... View more info

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Six Lives of Fankle the Cat

By: BROWN, GEORGE MACKAY

Price: $18.00

Publisher: United Kingdom, Floris Books: 2012

Seller ID: 738

ISBN: 0863159826


Illustrations When the shopkeeper gives Jenny a skinny, black kitten she has no idea who she has adopted. Fankle is no ordinary cat. The fiercely clever feline has lived six lives so far: lives of adventure, danger, fortune and poverty. He's stared down angry pirates, started a blood feud, won a war, advised an empress and leapt onto the moon. Fankle tells Jenny tales of his former lives - with the king of pirates, in ancient Egypt and even with the Empress of Chin... View more info

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Titch's Tales First Series

By: BRUVEL, MARGIE

Price: $49.00

Publisher: Morpeth, Treat Pot Books:

Seller ID: 15339

ISBN: 064815405X


Contains the stories: Jacko, Funny Stories, Lost Pets, Poor Sore Pets, Olga and Klaus Stories inspired by the experiences of free range children growing up on an organic home farm surrounded by native Australian bush - just one generation ago . . . . . . and a few tales told by generations of old. Margie Bruvel explains: One day a long time ago I was given this curious pot. ​ While wondering what to do with it, I hear... View more info

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Whispey

By: BRYER, ESTELLE

Price: $14.50

Publisher: Wynstones Press: 2013

Seller ID: 12842

ISBN: 0946206643


Size 148 x 210 mm. Colour throughout. Stitched. Whispey loved his wondrous beard, and thought it oh so grand. All day he combed and curled and brushed and would not work the land. Then Brother Wind decided to put him to the test; but all ends well... now read the book and it will tell the rest! [When referring to this item please quote our ID 12842] View more info

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In the Light of a Child: A Journey through the 52 Weeks of the Year in both Hemispheres for Children

By: BURTON, MICHAEL

Price: $28.00

Publisher: Steiner Books:

Seller ID: 908

ISBN: 0880104503


Children live deeply in the experience of the seasons. Their unity with nature is initially unconscious and uncritical, and this "Garden of Eden" consciousness gradually fades as they become more self-aware and confront the outer world as I-beings. The verses in this book help children bridge the gap from their unconscious connection with nature to a living feeling for the seasons that will stay with them through life. These verses, following ... View more info

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Very Old Donkey, The

By: BURTON, MICHAEL HEDLEY, NEWBATT, DAVID

Price: $16.90

Publisher: United Kingdom, Wynstones Press: 2011

Seller ID: 10126

ISBN: 0946206724


Watercolour and crayon There is a Very Old Donkey, too old to pull his master's cart. With his best friend, Robbie, he goes on a search to find new work. The Very Old Donkey is a story for children aged 4 to 18. The story's simplicity, its recognisable animals with the sounds they make, and its element of repetition, make it particularly suitable for being acted out in early stages of learning English. [When referring to this item please quote our ID 101... View more info

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Miracle in Bethlehem, The A Storyteller`s Tale

By: BURTON, SARAH

Price: $13.95

Publisher: Floris Books:

Seller ID: 923

ISBN: 0863156630


'Once upon a time, perhaps two thousand years ago, or maybe only yesterday, a man stood under a tree and waited. As he waited, people began to arrive: old people, young people, children, parents with babies, and even a couple of dogs. They settled on the cool grass under the shade of the great tree, all around the Storyteller, for that is who the man was. Once a year, everyone gathered round to hear him tell this story.' [When referring to this item please quote ou... View more info

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Tales from the Kalevala A Prose Rendering

By: BURTSCHER, IRMGARD

Price: $33.50

Publisher: Rudolf Steiner College Press:

Seller ID: 10374

ISBN: 0945803893


Rudolf Steiner recognized in the Kalevala stories the clearest pictures that have come down to us of an early phase of human soul development. In addition to telling us about the particular experience of life in Northern Europe, the stories give us all insights into our early times on earth and into our future development. Rudolf Steiner has suggested that the Kalevala will become as important for our future as the stories of ancient Greece have been in our past. [... View more info