Too Princessy! by Jean Reidy
  

Synopsis

Too Princessy! by Jean Reidy

Budding fashionista? Check. Young gourmet? Check. In this third book in the series, we meet a cooped-up child on a rainy day, who has a box full of toys but nothing to play with ...or so she thinks! Stylish, bold art and a playful rhyming text make this picture book series stand out in a tight market. This latest instalment perfectly captures another one of those all-too-common moments of early childhood!

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The playful rhyming of Jane Reidy's text is brought to life by Leloup's vibrantly colourful art ... One for young and old to enjoy and definitely food for thought South Wales Argus

About the Author

Jean Reidy works from her home in Colorado, USA. She has four children, and lots of nieces and nephews, who she says are the inspiration for her picture book ideas. Too Purply! was Jean's first book and was found on the 'slush pile'. www.jeanreidy.com Genevieve Leloup is a textile designer and she lives in New York City. Jean and Genevieve are the team behind Too Purply! and Too Pickly! and this is their third book for Bloomsbury. www.alulustudio.com

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Jean Reidy
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Publisher

Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Publication date

2nd February 2012

ISBN

9781408826942


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