Priscilla and the Pink Planet by Nathaniel Hobbie


Priscilla and the Pink Planet by Nathaniel Hobbie

Reminiscent of Dr Seuss and Hilary Knight, here is a clever read-aloud about a little girl who lives on a planet where everything is pink. Priscilla dreams of seeing the world in other colours and ends up teaching the Great Queen of Pink that diversity leads to true beauty. Priscilla's story is told in lyrical verse and young girls will enjoy reading her pink planet adventure aloud.

About the Author

Jocelyn and Nathaniel Hobbie are the son and daughter bestselling author/artist, Holly Hobbie. Jocelyn is a contemporary art dealer in New York, NY and Nathaniel is an artist who works with metal and wood. They have published three books in the Priscilla series.

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32 pages
Interest Age: from 5 to 7


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Publication date

7th February 2008



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