Postman Pete by Kay Widdowson
  

Synopsis

Postman Pete by Kay Widdowson

There are four amazing 3-D pop-out shops to peep into and a surprise fold-out ending in this vibrant book! It's Postman Pete's birthday today, but he is still busy delivering parcels! All the parcels are quite unusual, what could they be for? Surprise! Postman Pete's friends have made all sorts of things for a special birthday party, hooray! With flaps to lift too, this is great interactive fun, and perfect for sharing.

About the Author

Kay Widdowson studied at Chesterfield College of Art and Design then went to work in film animation for five years. She then became a freelance illustrator of children's books and has also designed greetings cards and giftwrap.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
10 pages

Author

Kay Widdowson
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Publisher

Campbell Books Ltd an imprint of Pan Macmillan

Publication date

6th August 2010

ISBN

9780230744684


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