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Millie Marotta 2017 Diary

Millie Marotta

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  • Dated 2017 and includes UK, Republic of Ireland, USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand national and federal holidays plus religious observances and astronomical data

  • Features 23 illustrations Millie Marotta’s Wild Savannah to colour in 

  • Printed endpapers to colour

  • Hardback with belly band, head and tail bands and ribbon marker 

  • Part of a co-ordinated range of stationery

  • £12.99 including VAT 

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    Product Description

    This week to a view diary features 23 illustrations from Mille Marotta’s Wild Savannah to colour in. Each week to view is opposite a blank notes pages so there is plenty of space for planning or doodling. The diary has a ribbon marker and includes national holidays (for UK, Ireland, USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand) plus religious festivals and astronomical details. 

    More Information

    Imprint Batsford
    ISBN 9781849943932
    Publication Date 25 Aug 2016
    Format Hardback
    Dimensions (210 x 148)
    Page Extent 136
    Illustrations 23 black and white illustrations
    View Inside Pages Not Yet Available
    Author Millie Marotta
    About the Author

    Millie Marotta is a freelance illustrator working in her studio by the sea in a little corner of West Wales. She has developed a mild obsession with all things flora and fauna, which along with intricate pattern and detail remains an ongoing theme in her work, whether it be for a commission or simply to indulge her own flight of fancy.

    She works in both traditional and digital media and enjoys working on a diverse range of projects which include editorial, advertising, merchandising, design for web, textiles and bespoke original works. Her clients range from Virgin Atlantic to Penguin Books. She is the author of Millie Marotta's Animal Kingdom. 


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