Petunia Paris's Parrot by Katie Haworth
  

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Petunia Paris's Parrot by Katie Haworth

Petunia Paris has everything she could possibly want, from a swimming pool to a bicycle with its very own chauffeur. When she requests a parrot for her fifth birthday, a parrot is what she gets. The problem is, Petunia Paris's parrot doesn't do what Petunia Paris wants it to ...A hilarious story with a moral, brought to life with classic and witty illustrations by Jo Williamson. Katie Haworth is an exciting new talent fresh to the UK from New Zealand, where she was picture book editor at Penguin Books. As well as writing, Katie also works as a senior editor for a children's publisher. Jo Williamson is an up and coming new talent, also published by Scholastic. She illustrates mostly by hand, in pencil or paint.

About the Author

Katie Haworth (Author) Katie Haworth is an exciting new talent fresh to the UK from New Zealand, where she was picture book editor at Penguin Books. As well as writing, Katie also works as a senior editor for a children's publisher.

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Format

Paperback
40 pages

Author

Katie Haworth
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Publisher

Templar Publishing

Publication date

1st April 2016

ISBN

9781783704903


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