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A Perfect Nest for Mrs Mallard

Last year, Mrs Mallard had great problems finding the perfect nest and learnt a lot not only from her experience but also that of the other birds on Platt Fields lake. This year, she is determined to find the perfect nest, safe and warm, for her ducklings to hatch in and a neighbouring school offers the ideal solution. Once the ducklings have hatched, she faces another problem. How will she get her young out of the secure courtyard and back to their home on the lake?Regular visitors to Platt Fields park will recognise many of the bird characters in this story and the book also contains many useful facts to help children identify the birds they see on the lake.

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Self-publishing children's book author and illustrator. Angela Cater was born in Chesterfield, Derbyshire in 1967 and has been painting all her life. As a mature student, she took the Foundation course in Art and Design at Chesterfield College of Technology and Arts, before studying on the BTEC HND in Design and Advertising at Doncaster College.She now lives in Manchester with a family of elderly cats who have been regular models for years. They appear as many characters in her bright, gouache and coloured pencil illustrations. Handsome Samson, who at the grand age of 16 won third place in a competition to find the worlds cutest pet, is now the star of his own childrens book as the character cat Sailor Sam in The Adventures of Sailor Sam published by Tabby Cat Press. Rickie the Raccoon Learns about Recycling was the first story illustrated by Angela, who is currently working on a second Rickie Raccoon story to teach road safety.Angela is a signature member of the UK Coloured Pencil Society and editor of their quarterly newsletter, Talking Point.