Celeste, Nick and the Magical Tea Party by Miss Dinkles
  

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Celeste, Nick and the Magical Tea Party by Miss Dinkles

When Celeste becomes bored hosting tea parties with her imaginary friends, she finds an old radio that enables her to escape to a world where she can help plants to grow. With her new friend, Nick, she soon learns that nature develops faster and animals are healed better when they work together. What could happen if they throw a huge tea party to bring together the entire neighbourhood?This delightful story brings back to life an ancient World Indigenous philosophy through the friendship of Celeste and Nick as they discover much more can be achieved together than on their own.

About the Author

Joelie (aka Miss Dinkles) first used her Commerce degree to start her own retail business but always knew her life's ambition was something totally different. Joelie aspires to enlighten the modern world with lost tales and practices from the past. When she is not exploring ancient Mayan ruins in Palenque, Mexico or trekking to the Lost City of the Tyrona Indians in Columbia; she works in the arts industry. Adam Oehlers is an Australian illustrator currently working out of the UK. His publications and book illustration work includes, A Babble of Words, The Rhyme of the Ancient Mariner, Dear Little Emmie and Lulu and the Purple Pebble. His work has been exhibited world wide.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Miss Dinkles
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Publisher

Brolga Publishing Pty Ltd

Publication date

1st November 2011

ISBN

9781921596803


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