Benjamin Writer-Messy by Priya Desai
  

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Benjamin Writer-Messy by Priya Desai

Once upon a time there used to be a place called Pencil Land. This is where Benjamin Writer-Messy lives. Pencil Land is a very special place where every building, every car and person looks like a pencil! Everyone has the most perfect handwriting, everyone except for Benjamin Writer-Messy. Benjamin knows he needs to find a way to make his handwriting perfect for the handwriting competition at school on Friday. He decides to visit to the mystical Handwriting Queen to see if she can help. Will Benjamin learn to write beautifully and win the competition?

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About the Author

Priya Desai is a local speech and language therapist from who works in schools in London. Noticing that there were no fun storybooks available which spoke about 'specific school skills' such as, handwriting and spelling etc. she was inspired to start independently publishing motivational children's books. Priya's books are written for children aged between 4-9 years of age. Through her stories, Priya provides all school children with fun, inspiring characters that they can naturally relate to! The stories instil confidence in children who find handwriting and spelling a little bit of a challenge! Children will read Priya's stories and feel reassured, and think, I can do it! www.priyadesai.co.uk

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Priya Desai
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Publication date

1st April 2010

ISBN

9780956524706


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