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Brilliant Baxter at the Funfair by Carol Codrey - Book Tour & Review

Brilliant Baxter at the Funfair
by Carol Codrey

Summary:
An exciting visit to the Funfair for Eliza, her grandmother, Grinny, and their much loved Labrador,
Brilliant Baxter. This story’s easy rhyme and vibrant illustrations are certain to delight both children
and adults.

Information about the Book
Title: Brilliant Baxter at the Funfair
Author: Carol Codrey
Illustrator: Tim Bulmer
Genre: Picture Book
Publication Date: 7th May
Page Count: 20
Publisher: Clink Street Publishing

My Review
Brilliant Baxter at the Funfair is a cute children's book about a special dog who saves the day while at a funfair with his humans. It's a short, easy read for kids, and parents will like the colorful illustrations and the sweet story overall. My son and I enjoyed reading it together.
5 stars!

Author Information
Carol Codrey has a strong history within the art world, starting out as an Art columnist before becoming
an Art Editor for Sheengate Publishing Ltd. For Guildford Borough Council she created and marketed the annual
Guildford Calendar for five years.
She was also an Art Columnist and Critic and then Art Editor for Run Wild Media Ltd.
She was on the judging panel for the annual international Wildlife Artist of the Year competition for five years.
She has also written art features for the Home supplement of the Financial Times, the NADFAS Magazine
now re-titled The Art Society Magazine – and the National Trust Magazine.
She has been repeatedly invited to be the sole judge of the Post Office and British Telecom Art Club’s annual art
exhibition. She is a longstanding member of the Royal Automobile Club and has written varied features
about the Club’s art collection for its members’ magazine, Pell Mell & Woodcote.
She was also the founder and co-creater for six years of the annual and unique
London International Ice Sculpting Festival.

During the past eighteen months, Carol has fused her experiences of family life with her combined love
of writing and art. The results are a series of short story books for young children,
written in rhyme and illustrated by a successful artist and illustrator who has brought the characters to life.
The books are ideally suited to children of pre-school age as well as to early readers as she is very enthusiastic
about encouraging all children to develop a love of language and art.
Carol is married and has two adult daughters.


Tour Schedule






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