Teeny-Weeny Queenie by Claire Freedman
  

Synopsis

Teeny-Weeny Queenie by Claire Freedman

A right royal picture book treat from Claire Freedman, author of ALIEN'S LOVE UNDERPANTS. Queenie has one BIG ambition. When she grows up she is going to be Queen. Because growing up can take forever she is already practising doing queenly things. One day, Queenie summons her Dear Loyal Subjects to a royal tea party. Queenie reluctantly invites her shy little sister, Ella, but during the party forgets to include her in the games. Suddenly, Queenie doesn't feel so queenly, she feels horrible and mean. In this laugh-out-loud, feel-good tale, Queenie discovers that if there is one thing more important than being a good queen, it is being a great sister!

About the Author

Claire Freedman

Claire Freedman lives on the Essex coast. She has worked for the BBC, Harrods and for a reprographic company and now writes full-time. She is the author of a number of books for children, including A Kiss Goodnight, Snuggle Up, Sleepy Ones and On This Special Night with Little Tiger Press. When not writing, Claire spends her time sailing, walking in the countryside and, when she can, travelling abroad.

Claire discovered her love of writing for children after joining a local writing group – which she still enjoys attending regularly. She began by writing stories and picture strips for comics including Twinkle, Pingu and Sesame Street, before trying her hand at picture books.

Read a Q&A with Claire Freedman here.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Claire Freedman
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Author's Website

www.clairefreedman.co.uk

Publisher

Scholastic Press an imprint of Scholastic

Publication date

7th April 2016

ISBN

9781407148731


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