Princess, Fairy by Ms. Penny Dale
  

Synopsis

Princess, Fairy by Ms. Penny Dale

The familiar story of the Frog Prince undergoes a surprising and enchanting transformation in this sequel to the bestselling Princess, Princess . A princess in a magic garden is playing with her golden ball, when splash! her ball falls in the water and sinks deep, deep down, out of sight...How the will the princess get it back? A frog will offer to fetch it, of course, in exchange for a kiss. And when the princess keeps her promise? The frog turns into...a fairy! A princess learns about friendship in this magical reimagining of the Brothers Grimm's classic tale.

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* A wonderful, magical story... enchanting... bewitching... exquisite. INIS on Princess, Princess

About the Author

Penny Dale studied fine art and design at Exeter College of Art and has become a much admired picture book creator. She has also worked on community art projects, street theatre props, and as a graphic designer. Penny's titles include bestselling books The Boy on the Bus (9781406312331), Princess, Princess (9781844284658) and Ten in the Bed (9781406300352), as well as Once There Were Giants (9780744578362) and the 1980 Kate Greenaway Medal-winning Rosie's Babies (9780744523355), both written by Martin Waddell. She lives in Newport, Wales.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: 3+

Author

Ms. Penny Dale
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Publisher

Walker Books Ltd

Publication date

6th December 2010

ISBN

9781406324297


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