You Can't Eat a Princess! by Gillian Rogerson
  

You Can't Eat a Princess!

Written by Gillian Rogerson
Illustrated by Sarah McIntyre

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This deliciously greedy story tells how Princess Spaghetti blasts off into space to rescue her father, the King, when he is kidnapped by aliens who threaten to eat him up. The Princess is bold, the courtiers are weak, the aliens are devious and the background is full of pictures of food in what is a highly entertaining book.

The author Gillian Rogerson has some signed copies available to purchase. If you'd like a signed copy then do go direct to her at www.gillianrogerson.net.

Synopsis

You Can't Eat a Princess! by Gillian Rogerson

When King Cupcake is kidnapped by hungry aliens, it's up to his feisty daughter, Princess Spaghetti, to save him from becoming their dinner. She blasts off into space to show those naughty aliens who's boss - and introduces them to a delicious alternative to people: chocolate! This hilarious romp will delight chocolate-lovers everywhere!

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Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Gillian Rogerson
More books by Gillian Rogerson

Publisher

Scholastic

Publication date

1st March 2010

ISBN

9781407164847

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