Pass it, Polly by Sarah Garland


Pass it, Polly by Sarah Garland

Polly and Nisha are the only girls who want to play in the school football match. But football is harder than it looks. However, with a bit of instruction and a lot of practice they are soon dribbling, tackling and scoring goals. But how will they perform on the day of the big match? Sarah Garland's charming text and illustrations combine in this picture book classic, perfect for girls who play football!


A charming tale of friendship and perseverance. Irish Examiner The storyline flows well, helped by beautiful illustrations that often contain small details for sharp-eyed children to pick out. Child Care

About the Author

Sarah Garland

Sarah Garland is a much-loved author/illustrator who has published more than 40 books. The daughter of a publisher and illustrator, she trained as a typographer at the London College of Printing. She has written many books for children, and also books for adults on herbs and their uses. During her childhood in the New Forest and in recent years she has concentrated on growing a very wide variety of herbs to use in her kitchen, and to treat minor ailments.

She lives in Chedworth, Gloucestershire.

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32 pages
Interest Age: From 4 To 7


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Publication date

10th September 2009



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