Pink-paw's Painting by Emily Rodda
  

Pink-paw's Painting

Written by Emily Rodda
Part of the Squeak Street Stories Series

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Synopsis

Pink-paw's Painting by Emily Rodda

Pink-Paw is an artist, and loves to paint. She lives in umber Four Squeak Street and paints until her paws are sore. She isn’t rich or famous but as long as she has paints, food and her friends in Squeak Street, she’s happy.

About the Author

Emily Rodda
Emily Rodda is an enormously successful, prolific and versatile author. She has written over 50 books but is best known for the Deltora Quest series, which has sold 7 million copies worldwide to date. She has won the Children’s Books Council of Australia’s Book of the Year Award a record five times. Emily lives in Sydney.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

Emily Rodda
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Publisher

Happy Cat Books

Publication date

1st August 2007

ISBN

9781905117543

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