The Queen with the Wobbly Bottom by Phillip Gwynne
  

Synopsis

The Queen with the Wobbly Bottom by Phillip Gwynne

A sweet and hilariously funny picture book about learning to love yourself for who you are. It's not so easy to keep a stiff upper lip when one has a wobbly bottom! The Queen is beautiful, clever and popular, but all she can think of is her bottom. It wobbles like raspberry jelly, and the queen doesn't like it. When she offers a reward for a solution to the royal wobble, hopeful candidates turn up in droves with cures of every kind. But none of them work, and the queen eventually discovers that real beauty comes from within. The Queen with the Wobbly Bottom is a brilliantly conceived royal story from Phillip Gwynne and Bruce Whatley with genuine humour and an important moral at its heart.

About the Author

Phillip Gwynne Phillip Gwynne is an award-winning Australian children's book writer. Bruce Whatley Bruce Whatley is one of Australia's best-loved and most-respected author-illustrators. His books include Diary of a Wombat and Queen Victoria's Knickers.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 2

Author

Phillip Gwynne
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Publisher

Little Hare

Publication date

1st June 2012

ISBN

9781921894183

Publisher Profile

Little Hare is an imprint of Little Hare

logo Little Hare Books is a delightful small book publisher that was launched in Sydney in 2001 by Mary and Rod Hare, with the aim of producing quality children's books that would appeal to children internationally. Little Hare is also known for commissioning and nurturing top Australian authors and illustrators, and there is now a strong demand for Little Hare books in the independent book trade and libraries worldwide, due to their heralded originality and sense of freshness.

Publisher's Website

www.littleharebooks.com/


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