Friday, 31 January 2020

Guess How Much I Love You - When I'm Big

Anita Jeram

Twelve years after the original Guess How Much I Love You story by Sam McBratney, the nutbrown hares return for a new adventure.


Out in the fresh spring air, the two Nutbrown Hares see a tiny acorn growing. 'Someday it will be a tree,' says Big Nutbrown Hare. Then they spy a tadpole that will grow up to be a frog, a caterpillar that will turn into a butterfly, and a nest

of eggs that will one day be birds. Suddenly Little Nutbrown Hare turns to Big Nutbrown Hare and laughs. 'What does a little brown hare like me turn into?'


Designed by the book's illustrator, Anita Jeram, these fabrics are a wonderful choice for children's bedrooms and other nursey projects.

Anita Jerams work has included illustrations which includes All Together Now, The Green Balloon and Family Bears.  Although, of course she is best known for her illustrations for the childrens story "Guess How Much I Love You" written by Sam McBratney.  "Guess How Much I Love You" was first published in 1994 and ever since the story and illustrations have captivated adults and children the world over.

These magnificent illustrations of "Guess How Much I Love You" are the subject of a brand new set of fabrics now available in the Quilt Shop on QuiltSandwich.co.uk.


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