Fly Away Peter by Frank Dickens
  

Synopsis

Fly Away Peter by Frank Dickens

A classic gem from the 60s brought up-to-date while maintining a wonderful retro feel. Jeffrey the giraffe with the short neck, and Peter,the bird who can't fly, are delighted to become friends because they are both different. When they decide to play together to cheer each other up, they hardly expect that a game of hide-and-seek will not only involve all the other animals but surprisingly solve their problems.

About the Author

Frank Dickens has had his cartoon work published in almost every national newspaper and magazine. His first book, What the Dickens , a collection of his stories in pictures was published in 1961. He is perhaps best known for his strip-cartoon characters Oddbod and Bristow, for which latter he received the Catoonists Club of Great Britain award for the best strip of the year.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Frank Dickens
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Author's Website

www.frankdickens.com

Publisher

Pavilion Children's Books an imprint of Pavilion Books

Publication date

13th October 2016

ISBN

9781843653219


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