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Penguin's Snowy Day by Ruth Martin
  

Penguin's Snowy Day

Ruth Martin

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Penguin's Snowy Day by Ruth Martin

The colourful Pop-up Stories series combines fun rhyming texts and bright, bold pop-up art to engage and delight young readers. In Penguin's Snowy Playtime, one bored little penguin decides there's nothing to do at the South Pole. His friends leap into action, building swings, slides and sleighs to show him how to have some frosty fun.

About the Author

Ruth Martin's picture book Where on Earth is the Moon? was long-listed for the CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal. Clare Caddy has been a freelance illustrator for 11 years, creating greetings cards, calendars and children's books. Her soft pastel style is perfect for creating adorable animal characters. Contributor location: Ruth Martin lives in London, UK; illustrator Clare Caddy lives in Salisbury, UK.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
18 pages

Author

Ruth Martin
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Publisher

Templar Publishing

Publication date

1st September 2012

ISBN

9781848774001


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