Bethan Woollvin artwork in aid of Child Bereavement UK

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Hi my name is Karen Woollvin and I am running the London Marathon in aid of Child Bereavement UK this year.

More information about my personal challenge and how you can donate can be found here

To help me raise money for this fantastic cause, my daughter Bethan who is the writer and illustrator of Little Red has kindly donated some of her brilliant artwork.

Bethan Woollvin won The Macmillan Prize for Illustration in 2014 for her classy, bold interpretation of Little Red Riding Hood. It was a startlingly confident debut which caught the imagination of everyone who saw it. The eldest in a family of ten children, Bethan understands well what appeals to a variety of age groups, and all her work exudes a natural dry wit and charm. She graduated from Anglia Ruskin University with a First Class Degree in Illustration in 2015 and now lives in Brighton.

Read more about Bethan Woollvin on the Pan-Macmillan website

You can see a video about her book here: Little Red 

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