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by Aileen Paterson

  • Author: Aileen Paterson
  • ISBN: 1871512042
  • ISBN13: 978-1871512045
  • ePub: 1927 kb | FB2: 1838 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Animals
  • Publisher: Gardners Books (August 31, 1988)
  • Pages: 32
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 162
  • Format: rtf lrf docx lit
Maisie's Festival Adventure ePub download

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Maisie's Festival Adventure book. Aileen Paterson, MBE is a Scottish writer and illustrator, best known for her series of children's books about Maisie MacKenzie the kitten. Paterson was born in the Fife town of Burntisland. As a child, she moved to Kirkcaldy, before gaining a place at Edinburgh College of Art, where she specialised in pottery. She lives in Edinburgh and is a passionate supporter of that city. The title of her first Aileen Paterson, MBE is a Scottish writer and illustrator, best known for her series of children's books about Maisie MacKenzie the kitten.

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Aileen Francis Paterson MBE (30 November 1934 – 23 March 2018) was a Scottish writer and illustrator, best known for her series of children's books about Maisie MacKenzie the kitten. Aileen Paterson was born in the Fife town of Burntisland. As a child, she moved to Kirkcaldy, before gaining a place at Edinburgh Art College, where she specialised in pottery. For most of her adult life, she lived in Edinburgh and was a passionate supporter of that city.

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Maisie is back from the London Book Fair! Everyone involved had a great time . Recently Aileen Paterson, author and illustrator of the Maisie series, came to visit the Maisie Pushkin team at the Merchiston campus.

Maisie is back from the London Book Fair! Everyone involved had a great time, and our Maisie bookmarks were really popular. Even our friends over at STV joined in on the fun! edinburgh. Maisie is on the move again, this time in the big smoke. Read all about Maisie’s latest adventure in STV’S article, featuring an interview with Project Manager, Eve Scott Maisie and the Night Visitor. Recently Aileen Paterson, author and illustrator of the Maisie series, came to visit the Maisie Pushkin team at the Merchiston campus Maisie and the Night Visitor.

Aileen Paterson with Maisie the ca. Aileen’s first book, Maisie Comes to Morningside, was released in 1984. Dozens of stories featuring the feline adventurer followed, which included adventures in London, New York and Japan

The i newsletter cut through the noise. Dozens of stories featuring the feline adventurer followed, which included adventures in London, New York and Japan. But Aileen set most of her stories in Edinburgh and was particularly fond of using Scots words such as ‘perjinkt’, ‘guddle’ and ‘dreich’ for comic effect. I think she produced a character and books that were very distinctively Scottish with an Edinburgh slant, said Liam.

Aileen Paterson (born 30 November 1934) is a Scottish writer and illustrator, best known for her series of children's books about Maisie the kitten, beginning with Maisie Comes to Morningside the title deliberately echoing.

Aileen Paterson (born 30 November 1934) is a Scottish writer and illustrator, best known for her series of children's books about Maisie the kitten, beginning with Maisie Comes to Morningside the title deliberately echoing 'Cotton comes to Harlem' by Chester Himes. Born in the Fife town of Burntisland, she then moved to Kirkcaldy, before gaining a place at Edinburgh Art College where she specialised in pottery. Maisie and the Space Invader (1988). Maisie and the Posties (1988). Maisie's Festival Adventure (1988). Maisie Loves Paris (1989). Maisie goes to Hospital (1989). Maisie's Colouring Book (1990). What Maisie did Next (1991). Maisie in the Rainforest (1992).

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