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Seen and Not Heard
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In a big old house, up creaky stairs, in a silent little nursery full of dolls and teddy bears, you'll find the children of Shiverhawk Hall. Original, atmospheric and delightfully spooky, this is the story of dainty little Lily Pinksweet, the Plumseys, clever Billy Fitzbillian, kind Percy and the De Villechild twins who are perfect angels They all look so sweet and good, just like children should, but when night-time comes and there's no one to see, the children climb out from the quiet of their picture frames and they run riot and they run free! Perfect for children with wild imaginations and anarchic spirits, this magical book is filled with unforgettable images and free-spirited joy. By submitting a review you grant us the right to display and use it in any way; please read our General Legal Notices for full details. Designed by Magic Lantern Productions Ltd.
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Share on:. During the day the eight children of Shiverhawk Hall are seen and not heard for they are images captured on canvas. They certainly look a picture, picked out in the silvery moonlight. As night sets in and all is quiet, only the black cat and a handful of mice are there to see the portraits come to life and step out of their frames. What mischief can these children from across the ages make? This is a slightly spooky story told with warmth. A picture book, it is probably aimed at slightly older pre-schoolers or infants rather than the very young.