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unique, highly illustrated books for all ages
All the latest wildlife news from around Attenborough Nature Reserve
a drawing made each day in the year leading up to my 50th birthday and beyond...towards 2000!
Fibre Art, Eco Printing, Artists' Books, Vintage Textiles
Needle Felted Birds by Melanie Ann Green
art, birds, animals
the film ;)
A blog about children's books - reading, writing and everything in between.
Dr Sharon Blackie: writer, psychologist, mythologist
Needle felted animals. Tutorials, tips and more
lightning in the blood
graphic fine artist
Where success and failure are taken in equal measure - for both are learning
Nature notes from the Forest of Dean
illustrating the lyrics of Old Man Crow
writes, rants, reads
confirmatory stage blog
An international collective of felt and fiber artists
the erratic journals of a happily incorrigible lady-child
Small heroes, big stories
Entomology, education, conservation and genealogy
a day in the life of my sketchbook...
Blood, sweat, tears, and the journey of writing and publishing fiction the ebook way!
Paintings, sketches and works in progress from artist Anita Langham www.anitalangham.co.uk
Creative Writing Teacher, Grades 1-5, Author
A nature diary from the Forest of Dean.
Welcome to my online sketchbook
A vehicle for the imagination
Travels through children's literature
views from the artist's studio.
Where book love and the joy of a classroom community are shared
Myths, legends, folklore and tales from around the world
Digital maverick, revolutionary pedagogue educator, scientist, explorer and teacher of science through extreme sports. @natkin
N Puttapipat Illustration
where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
Online Portfolio of Megumi Inoue
Photography painting ceramics and more
Rescue: Restore: ReCycle!
Sharing my work and thoughts....
My adventures in felt making
Dumfries, Scotland, UK
Hand made creative capers, needle felt, fibres and mumbles ;)
Reflections and ramblings of a primary school teacher