Spirits of Glasgow – A picture book by Jo Whitby

Update posted by Joanna Whitby On May 17, 2019

Very excited to announce that the fantastic Chris McQueer (author of ‘Hings’ & ‘HWFG’) provides the short story for the book! I’m chuffed that he was up for working with me on this wee project and I can’t wait for you to read his beautiful story.


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Lovely work Jo- all the best for this project and beyond!

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The spirits are so cute and suit the cityscape so naturally <3

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