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The spotty dotty lady / Josie Boyle ; illustrated by Fern Martins
Bib ID 6305525
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Author
Boyle, Josie, author
 
Description Broome, Western Australia : Magabala Books, 2014 
©2014 
31 pages : chiefly colour illustrations ; 25 cm 
ISBN 9781922142108
Summary

There once lived a sad lady whose only friends were the flowers in her garden. By chance she discovers a mysterious plant growing by her house and decides to water it. So begins the magical and unexpected adventure of a plant that changes the very essence of people's lives. Starting with a spotty dotty flower, to a spotty dotty kettle, to spotty dotty walls and the journey down the footpath, the sad lady begins to paint her way to happiness and is soon joined by many new friends. A children's tale full of charm and gentleness paired with stunning watercolour illustrations, The Spotty Dotty Lady offers a glimpse of how the natural and emotional worlds can connect in making the ordinary extraordinary.

Notes

For pre-school age.

Subjects Literature and stories - Fiction.  |  Literature and stories - Juvenile.  |  Art - Art motifs - Dot.  |  Art - Artists - Women.  |  Australia.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Martins, Fern, illustrator
Available From PO Box 668 Broome WA 6725 
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520 |aThere once lived a sad lady whose only friends were the flowers in her garden. By chance she discovers a mysterious plant growing by her house and decides to water it. So begins the magical and unexpected adventure of a plant that changes the very essence of people's lives. Starting with a spotty dotty flower, to a spotty dotty kettle, to spotty dotty walls and the journey down the footpath, the sad lady begins to paint her way to happiness and is soon joined by many new friends. A children's tale full of charm and gentleness paired with stunning watercolour illustrations, The Spotty Dotty Lady offers a glimpse of how the natural and emotional worlds can connect in making the ordinary extraordinary.
521 |aFor pre-school age.
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650 7 |aArt - Artists - Women.|2aiatsiss
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653 |aAustralian
700 1 |aMartins, Fern,|eillustrator.
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