The Magpie’s Tale

£5.99

ISBN: 9781781281734 Categories: ,

ISBN: 9781781281734

Publication date: February 20, 2015

Format: Paperback

Extent: 28 pages

Dimensions: 250mm(length) 230mm(width)

Series: Animal Tales

Imprint: Candle Books

In Stock. Estimated delivery time: 7-10 days.

A cheeky magpie is protecting his horde of sparkling treasure one hot afternoon when he sees a crowd begin to gather. As he watches with growing interest he sees fat little Zacchaeus trying to peep over the crowd – but he can’t see, and he can’t get through! Zacchaeus climbs the magpie’s tree and together they watch as Jesus comes near – the magpie huddles over his treasure as Jesus calls up to Zacchaeus – does Jesus know the magpie’s treasure is stolen? As Zacchaeus gives back the money he has cheated the people out of the magpie too starts to return his stolen goods – even the ring he took from Zacchaeus! A charming slant on the famous Bible story told and illustrated by two best-loved children’s picture book creators.

Meet the author: Mr Nick Butterworth

Nick Butterworth is a British writer and illustrator of children’s books whose books have been published in thirty languages worldwide, with international sales in the region of fifteen million. His many awards include the top award from the Society of Illustrators and the prestigious NestlĂ© Gold Award for the critically acclaimed, The Whisperer. His hugely popular series of books about Percy The Park Keeper, which alone, has achieved sales of more than nine million, has encouraged generations of children to take an interest in, and care for, the natural world around them.


Meet the author: Mr Mick Inkpen

Mick Inkpen is one of the top-selling picture book author-illustrators in the world with millions of readers, and his stories being translated into over twenty different languages. He started out as a graphic designer, during which time he started working with much-loved children’s author Nick Butterworth, from whom he learned design and typography. Mick has won numerous awards world-wide including The British Book Award for Penguin Small, The British Book Award for the best illustrated book, for Lullabyhullabaloo, and Kipper won a BAFTA for best animated children’s film in 1998.


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