Poppy's Biggest Wish by Maxim Biller
  

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Poppy's Biggest Wish by Maxim Biller

One day Poppy comes home from school and Puzzle, her tiny kitten is nowhere to be seen. Poppy looks everywhere for him - behind the washing machine, under the kitchen table, even out of the window, but there is just no sign of little Puzzle. When Poppy goes to bed that night, tired from all searching, she wishes so very hard that her kitten will turn up that she completely forgets tomorrow is her birthday...

About the Author

Maxim Biller was born in Prague in 1960 and has lived in Germany since 1970. He writes novels and stories. He has also recently published a CD with a collection of 18 songs. Sybille Hein was born in Wolfenbuettel in 1970 and has illustrated Children's books since 2000 and also illustrates magazines. In 2005 Sybille won the Austrian Children's book prize for her illustrations.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Maxim Biller
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Author's Website

www.bloomsbury.com/Authors/...

Publisher

Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
www.bloomsbury.com/Trade/

Publication date

20th February 2006

ISBN

9780747582366


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