Eighty-year-old Lilly Bere's epic story begins at the end, just as she is struggling to come to terms with the last great tragedy in her life: the suicide of her grandson.
More than 10 years ago, writer Giles Andreae branched out from his saucy Purple Ronnie poems into children's books.
As every weary parent knows, it can be an uphill struggle getting children dressed.
To some, singer-songwriter Luke Haines is the father of Britpop.
The man himself, ever the contrarian, would probably demand a paternity test.
Surely the first picturebook ever to feature Stockport train station, this is an unpretentious hymn to the power of imagination.
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