Emma Chambers - Hachette Children's Group

Emma Chambers



Emma Chambers is perhaps still best known for her role as Alice Tinker, the dizzy verger in The Vicar of Dibley opposite Dawn French, for which she won a 1998 British Comedy Award for Best Actress. She also starred as Charity Pecksniff in the acclaimed BBC production of Martin Chuzzlewit, and in How do You Want Me?, The Mixer, Skullduggery, The Secret Garden and Drop The Dead Donkey. On film, she has appeared as William's zany sister Honey in the film Notting Hill and in Bridget Jones's Diary and Mickey Blue Eyes. She will be seen as Betsy in the film The Clandestine Marriage. Her many theatre credits include Tartuffe at the Almeida, Trelawney of the Wells and Invisible Friends at the Royal National Theatre and Henceforward in the West End.
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Orion Children's Books

A Book of Princesses

Sally Gardner
Authors:
Sally Gardner

Five favourite fairy stories retold for today's children with a light touch:CinderellaThe Frog PrinceSleeping BeautyThe Princess and the PeaSnow White'Emma Chambers from The Vicar of Dibley is an excellent choice to read this suitably pink collection for girls' - AudioBookseller(P)2004 Orion Publishing Group.Ltd

Orion Children's Books

The Real Fairy Storybook

Georgie Adams, Sally Gardner
Contributors:
Georgie Adams, Sally Gardner

It is Midsummer's Eve. Blossom, the Royal Dressmaker, and her assistants Nightwing, Fancy, Trip and Pod are hard at work making the Fairy Queen's new dress for the Midsummer Ball. To pass the time, they take turns telling stories - stories no human child has heard before:* The Seahorse and the Kelpie King* When I was a Tooth Fairy* Princess Curly Long Locks* The Shoemaker and the Robber Elves* One Pumpkin, Five Dears and Three Good Wishes