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Poppy The Pea Oh, what a great way to be

"A super-cute story that sees a little pea dream big and overcome her fears to find freedom and joy."

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Dedicated “to every sweet pea longing to be free”, Poppy the Pea is super-sweet inside and out. Presented in a cute small hardback format that’s perfect for little hands, it’s an irresistible package of charming illustrations and poetry.

The lively rhyming story is a joy to read aloud, and infused with a quirky sense of fun as we meet Poppy, “a pea amongst peas”. Though she and her “many mates that were peas” live in “dark and freezy degrees”, Poppy longs for freedom. She holds “dreams in her heart and fears in her mind”. Her biggest dream is to “be bold like a tree” and “free as a bee”, but being brave isn’t always easy.

In time, though, with the help of her friends and inspired by stories of pioneering pea hero Percy the Great, Poppy takes giant leaps (quite literally!) and overcomes several setbacks during her adventure.

With stylish, characterful illustrations, and refrains at the end of each page, this is elegantly eccentric and great for prompting discussions around feeling scared, being brave and finding comfort in friends.

Joanne Owen, A LoveReading4Kids Ambassador

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