Princess Penelope's Parrot by Helen Lester
  

Synopsis

Princess Penelope's Parrot by Helen Lester

The delightfully droll humor is carried out in whimsical watercolor illustrations. School Library Journal Spoiled Princess Penelope's new parrot simply wont talk, even when she rattles its cage, calls it names, and threatens to chain it up. But when Prince Percival comes courting, the clever parrot surprises them both when he opens his beak at exactly the wrong time! This new addition to the Laugh-Along Lessons series is about the importance of speaking carefully and kindly. Includes a parent/teacher discussion guide and downloadable audio!

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Munsinger's vibrant, expressive watercolors give both bird and human so much vigor and personality it will be hard to keep from laughing out loud. Booklist, ALA .. .delightfully droll... SLJ

About the Author

Helen Lester (Author) Helen Lester has published The Wizard, the Fairy, and the Magic Chicken in 1983, in collabroation with Lynn Munsinger. They have also worked together on the hilarious Tacky the Penguin series and many other wildly funny and popular titles, including the award-winning Hooway for Wodney Wat. Helen Lester is a full-time writer who makes her home in Pawling, New York.Lynn Munsinger (Illustrator) Lynn Munsinger is the illustrator of many funny and popular books for children, including the stories starring Tacky the Penguin and Wodney Wat. She divides her time between Connecticut and Vermont.

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Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Helen Lester
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Publication date

3rd February 2014

ISBN

9780544106062


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