The Snow Leopard
Author and Illustrator: Jackie Morris
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Gaspingly beautiful. A myth of rebirth and transformation set in the secret folds of the Himalayan mountains.
The Snow Leopard is a guardian protector and creator being. Sensing changes in the world Snow Leopard looks for the one who will learn the songs of power and eventually take its place.
A sleeping girl hears the songs and is woven deep into the fabric of this magical adventure.
Poetically written, the universal theme of ‘the guardian’ is brought to life with stunning artwork. Eastern folklore, magic and environmental awareness are all strong themes in this tale.
The wondrous powers of nature and life-force form the uplifting heart of this unforgettable tale.
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- Paperback: 32 pages
- Publisher: Frances Lincoln Children’s Books
- Publication Date: First Paperback edition 4 Oct 2008
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1845076680
- ISBN-13: 978-1845076689
- Product Dimensions: 22.3 x 30.1 cm
- Age Range: 4 + years
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Jackie was inspired to draw from a very early age by her father who used to sketch and take her on outings in nature.
“I remember walking in the park by the river, bank voles and weeping willows and bright flashes of kingfishers. I loved the ferry at Hampton where the ferryman pulled you across the river to a land of fields and blackberries, where my dad would walk with me and show me how to find birds’ nests and tales of when he was a boy.”