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The Story about Ping by Marjorie Flack, illustrated by Kurt Wiese

Since 1933, The Story About Ping has captivated generations of readers, but never before has it been available in a mass-market paperback format. No one can deny the appeal of the book’s hero, Ping, the spirited little duck who lives on a boat on the Yangtze River. Ping’s misadventures one night while exploring the world around his home form the basis of this timeless classic, which is brought to life by Kurt Wiese’s warm and poignant illustrations.

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Art Heroes Presents Endangered and More Strange Stories

Endangered and More Strange Stories contains four, all-ages strips, 36 colour A4 pages and 4 pages of comic making tips and worksheets.

Art Heroes is run by Daniel Clifford & Lee Robinson

Daniel Clifford was born in South Shields, 1986. Having been taught to read by comic books in the early 1990s, Daniel aims to create new comics that can inspire today’s young people to read. His published work (including the Sugar Glider comics) has been intended for an all-ages audience. He organised comic book workshops around North East England for over two years before starting Art Heroes with Lee Robinson.

Lee Robinson was born in Hexham, 1986. He has worked on a variety of projects as an illustrator and cartoonist, earning an Animation Foundation Degree in the process. Lee’s comic book work began with guest appearances in the Sugar Glider titles, and continues through Art Heroes workshops and publications.

Check out their website artheroes.co.uk

You can also follow Art Heros and Lee on twitter.

@ArtHeroesUK

@CartoonRobinson

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Bernard by Rob Jones

Frightening, gruesome, surprising and funny!

Picture book gold!

Bernard (a misunderstood wild hound) is feared by the local residents of the village. They are terrified of his huge teeth and giant paws. They believe he wants to gobble them all up. But all Bernard cares about is strawberry jam!

It has stunning 4-colour illustrations that are bold and playful.

The typography is woven into the illustrations.

The tale is told in splendid easy-to-follow rhyming prose.

The narrative is unexpected and teaches children that appearances can be deceiving.

Published by Beast In Show.

You can follow them on twitter, you can also follow the creator of ‘Bernard’ Rob Jones on twitter.