Kitty Princess and the Fantastic Frog by Emma Carlow, Trevor Dickinson
  

Synopsis

Kitty Princess and the Fantastic Frog by Emma Carlow, Trevor Dickinson

Kitty thinks all her toys are too boring to play with...until Frog has them. Even a boring piece of string looks like fun once Frog starts playing with it, and Kitty is determined to get it back! So how will Kitty get her paws on all those fun toys? Join Kitty as she learns that making friends and sharing can be the best games of all! A witty text and fantastic illustrations make Kitty's character shout from every page!

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A lovely story for talking about friendship and sharing. -- The Bookseller

About the Author

Emma Carlow lives in London with her husband Graham and son Finn. Trevor Dickinson lives in Australia with his wife Jo and their children, Ella and Lucy. Trevor and Emma met in London while designing T-shirts. They both liked children's books so much that they decided to create their own. They write and illustrate together, even though they now live thousands of miles apart.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Emma Carlow, Trevor Dickinson
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Publisher

Orchard Books an imprint of Hachette Children's Books

Publication date

1st February 2007

ISBN

9781843626060


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