Julia Donaldson Feature

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Guardian Unlimited Books | By genre | Interview: Julia Donaldson

Robert McCrum writes about Julia Donaldson in The Observer:

it is part of her down-to-earth appeal that this utterly sensible fiftysomething wife and mother of three remains apparently untouched by her astonishing international success. Her contemporary verse fable about a clever little mouse who goes for 'a stroll in a deep, dark wood' and meets that fearsome fantasy creature, the Gruffalo, is one of the word-of-mouth sensations of recent years.

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