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A Horse Called Now

Ruth Doyle

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      "When I'm afraid, I breathe in and out and let the feelings come . . . and then go. Nothing lasts forever." Now the Horse enjoys the singing of the birds, the chattering of the crickets and all the wonders of nature. But Rabbit fears being chased by a fox, and Hen thinks a swooping magpie will catch her chicks. When a thunderstorm arrives, Now leads her friends to shelter . . . where they soon discover that not everything is as frightening as it seems. A calm and reassuring story about overcoming worries and living in the present moment with beautiful artwork from Alexandra Finkeldey.
      CONTRIBUTORS: Ruth Doyle EAN: 9781839946851 COUNTRY: United Kingdom PAGES: WEIGHT: 0 g HEIGHT: 250 cm
      PUBLISHED BY: Nosy Crow Ltd DATE PUBLISHED: CITY: GENRE: WIDTH: 270 cm SPINE:

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      Ruth Doyle (Author) Ruth Doyle's obsession with animals started at an early age. She now lives on Mini Motley Sanctuary with a flock of sheep, eight chickens, three dogs, two rescued miniature horses, six guinea pigs, two rabbits and two grown-up children. Ruth's debut picture book, Songs for Our Sons published in 2020 with its companion, Dreams for Our Daughters following in 2021.Alexandra Finkeldey (Illustrator) Alexandra Finkeldey is a freelance artist based in Ottawa, Canada. She uses both traditional and digital mediums to capture her favourite subjects, which include animals, people, plants, and food. Alexandra's recent picture books include When the Storks Came Home (2022) and Talala: The Curious Leopard Cub (2021).

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      "When I'm afraid, I breathe in and out and let the feelings come . . . and then go. Nothing lasts forever." Now the Horse enjoys the singing of the birds, the chattering of the crickets and all the wonders of nature. But Rabbit fears being chased by a fox, and Hen thinks a swooping magpie will catch her chicks. When a thunderstorm arrives, Now leads her friends to shelter . . . where they soon discover that not everything is as frightening as it seems. A calm and reassuring story about overcoming worries and living in the present moment with beautiful artwork from Alexandra Finkeldey.
      CONTRIBUTORS: Ruth Doyle EAN: 9781839946851 COUNTRY: United Kingdom PAGES: WEIGHT: 0 g HEIGHT: 250 cm
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      Ruth Doyle (Author) Ruth Doyle's obsession with animals started at an early age. She now lives on Mini Motley Sanctuary with a flock of sheep, eight chickens, three dogs, two rescued miniature horses, six guinea pigs, two rabbits and two grown-up children. Ruth's debut picture book, Songs for Our Sons published in 2020 with its companion, Dreams for Our Daughters following in 2021.Alexandra Finkeldey (Illustrator) Alexandra Finkeldey is a freelance artist based in Ottawa, Canada. She uses both traditional and digital mediums to capture her favourite subjects, which include animals, people, plants, and food. Alexandra's recent picture books include When the Storks Came Home (2022) and Talala: The Curious Leopard Cub (2021).

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