Pep, Polish and Paint by Helena Harper
  

Pep, Polish and Paint

Written by Helena Harper
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Synopsis

Pep, Polish and Paint by Helena Harper

Sammy is a sun with a really big problem. He's lost his shine and just doesn't know how to get it back! But three spaceships - Jimmy, Jenny and Johnny - think they've got the answer. Sammy isn't sure that anything will help, but what has he got to lose? And as the spaceships argue, something totally unexpected happens...A wonderfully imaginative story that shows that anything is possible when we decide to take action, as ACTION is the key to unlocking the power that lies within us all.

About the Author

Helena Harper was born in Surrey, England, daughter of a German mother and English father, who met in Hamburg at the end of World War II. After graduating in German and International Relations, Helena spent two years in banking before deciding to train as a teacher. She has always loved to write fantasy stories for young children, and in the past few years has also discovered the joys of writing poetry for adults. Pep, Polish and Paint is Helena's first children's book and is preceded by two collections of stories in verse, drawn from her professional experiences (It's a Teacher's Life...!) and family situation (Family & More - Enemies or Friends?). To find out more about Helena, go to her website www.helenaharper.com.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
40 pages

Author

Helena Harper
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Publisher

Harper Books

Publication date

15th October 2011

ISBN

9780957053007


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