|Statement||selected by Ruth Manning-Sanders ; illustrated by Raymond Briggs.|
|Contributions||Manning-Sanders, Ruth., Briggs, Raymond.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||244|
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Ruth Manning-Sanders (21 August – 12 October ) was a Welsh-born English poet and author, well known for a series of children's books in which she collected and related fairy tales from all over the world. All told, she published more than 90 books during her : 21 August , Swansea, Wales. They would collaborate again for the Hamish Hamilton Book of Magical Beasts (Hamilton, ). In , Briggs began teaching illustration part-time at Brighton School of Art, which he continued until Awards: Kate Greenaway Medal, , , Horn . Briggs and Manning-Sanders, who never met, later collaborated on two additional books, The Hamish Hamilton Book of Magical Beasts (), and Festivals ().Also in , Briggs approached the publisher Hamish Hamilton – where he was encouraged by the receptivity of its editor Dick Hough, later replaced by the equally receptive Julia MacRae. Hamish and Mirren live in a quiet farmhouse by a beautiful loch in Scotland. Quiet, that is, except for the talking sea urchin, singing sand, hungry fairies, sad bogle, and grumpy witch! This delightful collection of stories is a true Scottish children's classic/5.