Tamsin Ainslie

Tamsin Ainslie was born and educated in the UK and lives in Murwillumbah with her daughters Olympia and Matilda. Tamsin started drawing at an early age, making books and keeping illustrated journals. She works from her home-based studio spending most of her time illustrating children's books, designing book covers, drawing, painting and printmaking.

 

Books by Tamsin Ainslie

The Sisters Saint-Claire and the Royal Mouse Ball

Published: November 2018

The sisters Saint-Claire are five French mice who love fashion and food, and who, with a little thrift and a lot of ingenuity, help Queen Julie S Cheeser host a most memorable ball. Suitable for readers of The Sisters Saint-Claire and Ruby Red Shoes.

The Sisters Saint-Claire

Published: October 2016

Beautifully illustrated, this delightful rhyming tale about five gourmand mouse sisters who go to market and the youngest sister, Cecile, who sets up her very own delicious pie stall with food fit for a Queen is suitable for readers of Ruby Red Shoes.

Ruby Learns to Swim

Published: December 2012

A delight for parents to read aloud, and for children to chant along, this gorgeously illustrated picture book will encourage young children to have fun and feel safe in the water. 'Ruby Learns to Swim is a great book. I read it to my kids at bedtime - a well written story that reinforces a strong message about learning to swim, which I believe is a must for kids of all ages.' Michael Klim.

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