Sanji and the Baker by Robin Tzannes
  

Synopsis

Sanji and the Baker by Robin Tzannes

Sanji lives above a baker's shop. Every morning, he steps on to his balcony and enjoys the delicious aroma of freshly-baked breads and pastries. But the Baker is a mean-spirited, greedy and selfish man. 'Thief!' he cries at Sanji's door. 'You are stealing my smells!' Poor Sanji is taken to court to pay a hefty fine. How will the Judge make sure the Baker gets what he deserves? The riveting story is great to read aloud and Korky Paul's illustrations take to you to an exotic faraway location. With its clever courtroom-drama finale, this is a book that children will just love to hear over and over again.

Reviews

This excellent combination of writer and illustrator...Paul's pictures are atmospheric, detailed and funny Independent on Sunday

About the Author

Robin lives in New York with her husband. As well as being an author she is a creative director in advertising. Robin and her husband divide their time between Manhattan and the island of Kythera in Greece, where Robin first met Korky Paul.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Robin Tzannes
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Publisher

Oxford University Press
www.oup.com

Publication date

7th August 2008

ISBN

9780192727114


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