Princess, Princess by Penny Dale
  

Synopsis

Princess, Princess by Penny Dale

Loosely based on the tale of Sleeping Beauty, this is the magical story of a pretty princess who forgets to invite one frowning little fairy to her party. The fairy, in a fit of pique, casts a naughty, nasty spell. But she regrets her temper tantrum and, with a kiss, makes everything all right once again.

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[Penny Dale's] illustrations are wonderful... full of activity, expression and humour, enticing children to look and look again. Practical Parenting

About the Author

Penny Dale is an internationally-known, best-selling children's book artist and author and has sold more than 4 million books, with editions in over 20 languages. Her much-loved picture book Ten in the Bed sold over a million copies worldwide. Her other titles have also met with great success: Bet you Can't and Once There Were Giants were included in the UK SATS booklist for many years, and Once There Were Giants was chosen as one of the Guardian's Nest Children's Books Ever last year. Rosie's Babies (also written by Martin Waddell) won the Best Book for babies award and was also shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Medal in 1990. Penny is married, has one grown up daughter and a grandson and lives in South Wales.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3 To 99

Author

Penny Dale
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Publisher

Publication date

6th September 2004

ISBN

9781844284658


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