Main : animals, children, India, picture book
197 x 205 mm
Anita Leutwiler & Anushka Ravishankar
My Aunt Anna came back from India With stories of places to which she had been. To warm me through winter she sewed me a quilt With pictures of all the things she had seen. Under the quilt I closed my eyes And I found I was in for a big surprise …
This absurd and fantastic story of travel through a child's imagination is illustrated with exquisite art. Put together with fabric collected during the artist's visit to India, it echoes old quilting forms which have traditionally held women's memories, art and labour.
A brilliantly coloured rhyming book following the adventures of an intrepid mouse.
Suitable for ages 3 - 7 years.
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