Pixie at the Palace by Julie Sykes


Pixie at the Palace by Julie Sykes

A princess, a palace and six cute kittens! Princess Katie lives in a beautiful palace in the kingdom of Tula. Her greatest wish is for a cat of her own, so when she finds six little kittens abandoned in the forest, she just has to take them home! But one of the kittens goes missing! Can Princess Katie and her best friend Becky find little Pixie and bring him safely back to Starlight Palace?

About the Author

Julie Sykes was born in Kingston upon Thames and lived in Australia and Surrey as a child. She has written numerous books for children, many of which have won or been shortlisted for awards, including the classic Little Tiger book I DON'T WANT TO GO TO BED! Her latest success is FAIRY BEARS. Follow Julie at www.juliesykes.co.uk or on Facebook: juliesykeswriter Illustrator Richard Morgan worked in New Zealand as a background artist for Walt Disney after studying art in Leeds. On his return to the UK he continued working in animation while seeking out his true calling as a children's illustrator. He is also as a children's author under the name of Maddy Rose. He lives in Cambridge with his wife and two daughters and has also illustrated Ciaran Murtagh's DINO books for Piccadilly.

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124 pages


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Publication date

1st February 2012



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