Angela's Airplane by Robert Munsch
  

Synopsis

Angela's Airplane by Robert Munsch

When Angela's father takes her to the airport, a terrible thing happens: Angela's father gets lost. She looks underneath aeroplanes, all around aeroplanes and finally decides to look inside an empty aeroplane...As she plays with the buttons and levers, another terrible thing happens - the doors close. She presses more buttons and the engines start up. So she pushes all the buttons at once and the plane takes off...Oh no! Follow Angela's misadventure through ten hilarious picturebook spreads that will have youngsters on the edge of their seats!

Reviews

Munsch tells a wonderfully whimsical story of a five-year-old girl whose curiosity coaxes her into accidentally flying off with an airplane. Angela's personality and spirit are captured perfectly in Martchenko's depiction of her.

About the Author

Robert Munsch is Canada's favourite storyteller and a renowned children's writer, who travels all over North America visiting schools and children's daycare groups telling his tales. His speciality is making them up live in front of his young audience! Michael Martchenko was born in Carcassone, France and is an award-winning children's illustrator and graphic artist.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
24 pages
Interest Age: From 4

Author

Robert Munsch
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Publisher

Annick Press Ltd

Publication date

1st November 2001

ISBN

9781550370263


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