Charming & Cute Illustrations By Ella Frances Sanders

Ella Frances Sanders is a writer out of necessity and an illustrator by accident. She currently lives and works in the city of Bath, UK, without a cat. Her first book, Lost in Translation – An Illustrated Compendium of Untranslatable Words is an international bestseller, and her second book The Illustrated Book of Sayings – Curious Expressions from Around the World was published in September 2016.

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It is hard not to think. It is hard not to think about everything, everyone, everywhere, all of the time. It is hard to know where to put that thinking, to know what it should be turned into, to know how to move through days when the prevalent feeling is often one of the world being packed up around you, like a stage set being dismantled after a production, chaotically dismantled by people who seem to understand nothing of what it actually means to be human, what is means to stand in the quiet of a forest, what it means to hear the hum of a bird’s wings. We carry on because we need to do the laundry, because we need to strongly love people, because there are still countless small astonishments to be found in between the long hours for those who are looking.

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Quieter places in the swirl.

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Out of sorts.

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Amongst other things, of course.

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The cockroaches are not always up to speed.

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The weekend games.

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