Publication 6 September - All pre-orders to receive a double-signed copy
Hardback | 48 pages | 200 x 200mm
Publication September 2022 | ISBN 9781802581874
The year turns, harvest approaches, and the longer night skies fill with stars. And sometimes, just sometimes, maybe once in a thousand lifetimes, the star you see when you look up is a Wishing Star, one that can hear a wish and make a dream come true. But once its work is done, who is it that completes the cycle and returns it to the heavens?
One of a series of four seasonal stories based around British folklore. Includes notes on harvest traditions by Pamela Thom-Rowe.
Suitable for readers of all ages.
Karin Celestine lives in a small house in Monmouth Wales. In their garden is a shed and in the shed is another world. The world of Celestine and the Hare. It is a place where kindness, mischief and beauty help people smile. Karin is an artist and author, who creates needle felted animals of charm and character, including the stars of their own delightful stop-motion animations and their series of children’s books published by Graffeg. Karin's joy in the natural world is also reflected in their sculptural copper pieces which complement their feltwork. Karin runs popular needle felting workshops, inspiring others to find their creative spirit and a membership club called the Tribe of Celestiner Chokliteers where kindness and mischief are the order of the day.
Tamsin Rosewell is an artist, historian, broadcaster and bookseller and hosted the Folk Show for Radio Warwickshire for three years. When she is not broadcasting, lecturing or painting Tamsin works for 50 year-old independent bookshop, Kenilworth Books as a bookseller and review writer. She works mainly in ink on canvas, and owns the most spectacular collection of inks and liquid pigments from all over the world. Tamsin is based in Kenilworth, Warwickshire.
Other books in the series:
Other books by Karin Celestine: