Princess Lola's Wobbly Week by Miranda Maxwell-Hyslop
  

Synopsis

Princess Lola's Wobbly Week by Miranda Maxwell-Hyslop

Princess Lola is having a wobbly week. She is fed up with having to wear a dress so she decides not to be a princess and be someone else instead. But being somebody else is no fun when your friends don't recognise you...Can Lola find a way to be herself?

Reviews

A riotous romp that teaches the importance of friendship Junior For Fish Go Woof her first book: 'Finally, you can't beat a book that can be endlessly fiddled with.' - The Observer '...cleverly constructed... ideal for book corners..'. - Real Book News '... brightly coloured illustrations. ideal for teaching children about the animal kingdom.' - Child Education

...' - The Star online 'It really is quite delightful.' - Trisha Loveland, Born Free Foundation 'An absolute delight of a book and a real giggle-maker for small folk.' - Caroline Franklin, Newbury Weekly News ... contains some delightful illustrations South West A riotous romp that teaches the importance of friendship. Junior

About the Author

Miranda has lived in France, Italy and London. She has always loved art, and sold her first illustration at the age of 25. It was of a restaurant called 'La Strega' (The Witch) and is hanging there still. She loves travel and enjoys having fun. She chose to write and illustrate specifically for children because children's books are a way of passing on knowledge while providing entertainment for others and herself. Miranda may be contacted at: mirandamaxwellhyslop@yahoo.com

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3 To 99

Author

Miranda Maxwell-Hyslop
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Publisher

Hodder Children's Books an imprint of Hachette Children's Group

Publication date

14th April 2005

ISBN

9780340878484


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