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Imagine A City, Illustrated and Written by Elise Hurst [Book Review]

11 June, 2014

 I cannot remember the last time my children and I become so enchanted and besotted with a book.  Imagine A City invites you to join the adventure of two children and their mother, as they explore a mysterious city.

With the turning of each page, you are drawn into the mysterious ‘world with no edges’.  With fish that fly through the sky and bears that ride bicycles, the opportunity to find a million different stories inside this story, certainly sent our imaginations into overdrive.

Elise Hurst’s pen and ink illustrations are magical,captivating and simply AMAZING.  I marvel at her talent and creativity AND  I am darn disappointed I am not in Melbourne this weekend for the book’s launch.

Check out more of Elise’s work HERE.


Imagine a train to take you away …

Imagine a city and drops of rain

A world without edges

where the wind takes you high

where buses are fish and the fish fly the sky.

RRP. $24.99

Elise Hurst will be holding the book launch for Imagine A City at Embiggen Books on Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne (next to the State Library) on the 14th of June.



[NB : We were sent a copy of Imagine A City to review]

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