Lulu and the Purple Pebble by Chad Badaoui
  

Synopsis

Lulu and the Purple Pebble by Chad Badaoui

Lulu is the smallest and youngest of her duck family but she is the most curious and adventurous. One day while out looking for pebbles with her sisters she finds herself distracted by a beautiful purple butterfly flittering over head. Before long she is lost among the reeds. How will she get home? And will the frog king be able to help her find the purple pebble she wants so badly? A tale of hope, wonder and realising that if you try hard enough anything is possible.

About the Author

Chad Badaoui is a local children's author who delights in creating colourful, adventurous words for his characters to bring to life. This is his first book through Brolga Publishing and his first collaboration with illustrator Adam Oehlers.Adam Oehlers is a local a illustrator who has lived in Adelaide and England. He spends his time drawing, painting and sculpting. His first feature book entitled A Babble of Words was released by Brolga in 2009 and he also completed the illustrations for Au Font Du Grenier, a French classic text. www.adamoehlers.com

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Chad Badaoui
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Publisher

Brolga Publishing Pty Ltd

Publication date

1st January 2011

ISBN

9781921596537


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