Mellow the rabbit saves the day in this brand new edition of Georgie Adams' irresistible animal adventure series - with gorgeous extra material and a classic new cover look. Perfect for fans of Beatrix Potter or Brambly Hedge.
Mellow and her children are on a visit to Eldermarr and Elderparr Eyebright. Along the way, they meet twins Tansy and Teasel. The young rabbits are enjoying themselves, but a heavy rainfall leaves Mellow worried. When danger threatens Daisy Duck and her ducklings, will careful Mellow be brave enough to help?
Heartwarming and hilarious, with Anna Currey's charming illustrations, this is a brilliant animal adventure series from a bestselling children's author.
Packed with adventure and intrigue that children will find immediately engaging - BOOKS FOR KEEPS
With heart-tugging illustrations by Anna Currey and warm, easy-to-read stories that are both accessible and fun, The Railway Rabbits escapades look to set to run and run - LANCASHIRE EVENING POST
A new series for early readers (or parents who fondly remember Beatrix Potter and want to read more of the same to their children) - ABC MAGAZINE
Georgie Adams (Author)
Georgie Adams was born in Tunbridge Wells, and grew up in Kent and Sussex. She was an editor for many years in the UK and Australia, was co-director of a small publishing company in London, before becoming a successful writer of children's books. She has written over 70 books, mostly for young children. Georgie is married to artist and printmaker, Tom Adams, has two daughters and three stepchildren, and lives in a rural part of North Cornwall, overlooking the Kensey Valley. Her website is http://www.georgieadams.com/
Emily Bolam (Illustrator)
Born in Amersham Buckinghamshire into a family of artists and other creative types, Emily has always flourished in art classes and decided she would like to be an artist when she was 5. She attended Brighton school of Art 1987-1990 and continues to live in the town working from a converted warehouse studio close to the beach. Despite spending all day drawing both, Emily has no children or animals. When not thinking of the next book she likes to watch the world perambulate along Brighton seafront whilst eating icecream. Emily has been widely published by Orchard, Macmillian, Orion and DK.
Emily Bolam trained at Brighton Art College and is a very successful illustrator of children's books, among them Francesca Simon's MIAOW MIAOW, BOW WOW and MOO BAA BAA QUACK, and Georgie Adams's THE THREE LITTLE WITCHES. She lives and works in Brighton.
Her website can be found at http://www.emilybolam.com/