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October 29, 2012

Week-end Book Review: Ships in the Field by Susanne Gervay and Anna Pignataro

Ships in the Field

Susanne Gervay and Anna Pignataro launch “Ships in the Field”.

A sensitive and intelligent review of Susanne Gervay’s picture book ‘Ships in the Field‘. It will make an excellent Christmas present for children.

Week-end Book Review by Marjorie Coughlan: Ships in the Field by Susanne Gervay and Anna Pignataro.

Alien Shores

Alien Shores, Brass Monkey Books. Short stories.

 

is going to reprint. Congratulations to all involved. Please pass the word to your book clubs, Good Reads, blogsnetworks, newsrooms, FaceBook and on your websites.

Alien Shores would also make a welcome Diwali, Christmas or end-0f-year present. Order ‘Ships in the Field’ and ‘Alien Shores’ from your  book shop or online.

Coop Bookshop Blog review of Alien Shores by Manisha Amin

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4 Comments »

  1. Thank you for linking to my review. Ships in The Field is a very special picture book – and now I need to seek out Alien Shores too!

    Comment by Marjorie (PaperTigers) — October 29, 2012 @ 9:51 pm | Reply

    • Hi Marjorie, thanks for your comment. ‘Ships in the Field’ is indeed a very special picture book and your review encapsulated all that is brilliant about Susanne’s story and Anna’s illustrations.

      Susanne also has a poignant story in ‘Alien Shores’, which is beautifully written. I hope you can find a copy. Do please let me or Susanne know if you can’t though.

      Comment by Sharon — October 30, 2012 @ 2:35 pm | Reply


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