The Silly Satsuma by Allan Plenderleith
  

Synopsis

The Silly Satsuma by Allan Plenderleith

When Eric Greenbogle wakes up on Christmas morning there are no presents under the tree - because Eric has been a BAD BOY! All he finds is a single bright orange satsuma. I don't want a silly satsuma! What can a silly satsuma do? But this is no ordinary satsuma as Father Christmas has given it magical powers. The satsuma springs to life and tries to show Eric that being bad is definitely NOT GOOD!

About the Author

Writer, illustrator, children's television scriptwriter, author of children's books, humour cartoonist. Allan Plenderleith has been a writer and illustrator since 1994 illustrating humour and children's books, greetings cards and working as a scriptwriter on numerous children's television shows. He created greetings card range 'The Odd Squad' which is sold in over 1000 outlets across the UK and has been published as a range of over 30 books. He also created the popular CBeebies show 'Gordon the Garden Gnome' with Collingwood O'Hare Entertainment, an epic 52 episode series for the BBC.

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Format

Hardback
48 pages

Author

Allan Plenderleith
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Publisher

Ravette Publishing Ltd

Publication date

20th September 2012

ISBN

9781841613666


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