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Stardust One little girl dreams of being a star But whether it s finding Mum s lost wedding ring or winning the fancy dress prize, her big sister always shines brighter Yet for her grandad she is a star and, as he dries her eyes and they both gaze up at the night sky, he tells a story, the story of the beginning of the world Everything and everyone is made of stardust, and we all shine in different ways It s a lesson this little girl will never forget and one day her dream comes true, and she finally realises her ambition to become an astronaut and fly up to the stars


About the Author: Jeanne Willis

Jeanne Willis was born in St Albans and trained as an advertising copywriter at Watford College She worked for various agencies creating press adverts and TV, cinema and radio commercials She is now a full time writer and has published over 80 books Her hobbies include gardening, reading non fiction , natural history and collecting caterpillars Jeanne has also worked on scripts for TV, including POLLY POCKET and THE SLOW NORRIS, and a pilot TV series for DR XARGLE She lives in North London with her husband and two children.



10 thoughts on “Stardust

  1. says:

    A young girl wants to be a star, literally, but feels overshadowed by her sister s figurative stardom until their grandfather explains that everyone is made of stardu


  2. says:

    A little girl is sad because her big sister is always being declared a star The little girl makes a wish that she could be a star, too, and her grandpa hears her, and he shar


  3. says:

    The illustrations in this were beautiful The story explores sibling rivalry, as the little girl feels jealousy of her sister, who is always described by her family as a star The over


  4. says:

    Let s talk about confidence.Confidence is hard for big people, let alone little people, to maintain, let alone figure out if they even have it in the first place The world is an intimidating


  5. says:

    A little girl wants to be a star, just like the beautiful sparkly ones in the sky But somehow she never quite manages to live up to her older sister s exploits Eventually her grandfather explains to


  6. says:

    A warm story that illustrates the damage that can be done by comparing yourself to those that appear to be shiningbrightly than you are Sometimes comfort from someone that you love is enough to ground these


  7. says:

    Such a lovely story about finding your own sparkle and realising that just because you aren t as good as other people at some things, you will be better than them at others Realising this is such an important messa


  8. says:

    Contrived stupid sibling jealousy with contrived tone deaf parents Boo hoo Ridiculous big bang explanation from grandpa, the sniff only one who sniff cares Should have called this Snowflake instead Shall we call a moratori


  9. says:

    This book is so beautiful and had me in tears Such a lovely way of dealing with self esteem and confidence and reminds everyone that we can truly shine in our own right The illustrations are so lovely and depict the relationship b


  10. says:

    3 year old son chose this lovely book at the library today and he chose very wisely Beautiful illustrations and ideal to support younger siblings in shadow of their older brothers and sisters.


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