The Little Pioneer

Adam Hancher
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This epic story documents one little girl’s adventure as she discovers the challenges, excitement and danger of America’s frontier. Filled with drama, this tale is testament to the determination, solidarity and courage of the early pioneers, each chasing their own American Dream.

We left when the grass was green and tall. When we got to the top of the hill I could see the river that we would follow out West. Nobody spoke much, but I guessed that we were all thinking the same thing... That we had a long journey ahead of us. This epic story documents one little girl’s adventure as she discovers the challenges, excitement and danger of America’s frontier. Filled with drama, this tale is testament to the determination, solidarity and courage of the early pioneers, each chasing their own American Dream.

Author bio:

ADAM HANCHER is an illustrator hailing from The Black Country, now based in East London. He graduated from the University of West England with first class honours in 2010. His clients include: The Guardian, The Wall Street Journal, Puffin Books and Penguin Random House. Adam&'s work combines analog and digital techniques - ink, pencil, and Photoshop being his main tools. There is a strong focus on narrative within his work, often dealing with complex emotions and personal journeys conveyed though one image. His first book, The Little Pioneer, is published by Frances Lincoln in the UK and Doubleday in the US.ADAM HANCHER is an illustrator hailing from The Black Country, now based in East London. He graduated from the University of West England with first class honours in 2010. His clients include: The Guardian, The Wall Street Journal, Puffin Books and Penguin Random House. Adams work combines analog and digital techniques - ink, pencil, and Photoshop being his main tools. There is a strong focus on narrative within his work, often dealing with complex emotions and personal journeys conveyed though one image.

Category: Picture books
ISBN: 9781847807991
Publisher: Quarto UK
Imprint: Frances Lincoln Children's
Pub Date: April 2018
Page Extent: 32
Format: Book
Age: 4 - 7
Subject: Picture books