This is a brand-new story in the best-selling Princess Poppy series, with a right royal theme perfect for the Jubilee! Find out whether everything will be ready in time for the annual dress-up parade to go ahead. With royal fancy dress, the Honeypot Hill Olympics and a super street party, this Poppy book is absolutely bursting with perfect princess fun. This is the perfect book to celebrate the Jubilee and Olympics year and has a message about taking responsibility and being organised.
Princess Poppy is so excited. It's the annual dress-up parade and this year the theme is royalty. She can't wait to get her glad rags on. But there's a lot to do before the fun can begin and everyone must muck in - including Poppy. The trouble is she keeps getting distracted...
Praise for Princess Poppy: The Fancy Dress Party:
'Full of little girl appeal!' - Parents News
'A lovely series of picture books ...based on reality rather than a fantasy kingdom which make her much easier to relate to. The adorable illustrations, coupled with innocent stories, makes these books ideal for reading aloud...sure to become real favourites.' - South Wales Argus
'With soft pink pictures and a secret letter for the reader, these suit dainty little ladies down to the ground. The simple language and easy pace make them a good first read.' - Junior
'Millions of children have grown up with the accident-prone bear from darkest Peru...but now the latest story by a mother-of-three from Portobello has beaten the new Paddington Bear book to the top of the children's bestseller chart' - Edinburgh Evening News
|Publication date:||26th April 2012|
|Author:||Janey Louise Jones|
|Publisher:||Picture Corgi an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK|
|Suitable for:||3+ readers, 5+ readers|
Janey Jones is a full-time writer and mother of three. She was born in Edinburgh but grew up by the seaside just outside the city.She read English at Edinburgh University specializing in the Victorian novel. Following this she became a teacher - a career that she absolutely adored - and then, with her husband, set up The Jelly Club, which has become an extremely successful chain of children's activity centres in Scotland.Her childhood dream of writing about her alter ego, Princess Poppy, was realised through self-publishing in 2005. The hugely popular Princess Poppy series has sold over three million ...More About Janey Louise Jones