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Hazel Nut Wins Award

03 Nov

The lovely staff at Floris Books came to work dressed as their favourite book characters on Friday:

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From left to right we have

Each character created an individual portrait shot too, find them on facebook here. I was excited to see Leah McDowell dressed as Hazel Nut from my picture book ‘Can’t-Dance-Cameron‘:

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When Leah is not pretending to be a red squirrel, she’s the design manager at Floris. She worked with Katie Pamment (my illustrator) to get all the images to look just perfect for Can’t-Dance-Cameron. I worked with an editor on my words, you could say Leah is the equivalent of an editor but for images. Thank you Leah!

Twitter Voting

There was a twitter campaign to vote for your favorite character. I tried to get Bob the red squirrel involved too:

The Winner

Hurrah for Hazel and go Leah! Thanks to everyone who voted.

Floris are the biggest children’s publisher in Scotland. They publish a rage of books for different ages as part of the Kelpies rage. Discover Kelpies on Twitter and Facebook

 
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