' i n n by Paul Adshead


ISBN
9780859538046
Published
Binding
Paperback
Pages
32
Dimensions
245 x 268 x 3mm

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS THE GREEK LANGUAGE EDITION OF 'A PEACOCK ON THE ROOF.'
The author-illustrator himself is "The Man who loves birds" in this true story of a peacock family that lives in his garden. Prince is the peacock of the title. The peahen is Pavlova and their three peachicks are Little Prince, Solomon and Sweet Pea. A strange cat frightens the peachicks but Prince is too busy trying to get attention to help guard his family. When he has to be rescued from the rooftop of a nearby house, he causes quite a stir. Children alone in the house provide a good example for what to do when a stranger comes to the door. have extra fun exploring the illustrations to find cats and words cleverly hidden in the artwork. Another bonus is in the set-up of the story. It is divided into six chapters with a very clear purpose: each chapter introduces a new character, a great way to introduce children to the use of chapters.
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PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS THE GREEK LANGUAGE EDITION OF 'A PEACOCK ON THE ROOF.'
The author-illustrator himself is "The Man who loves birds" in this true story of a peacock family that lives in his garden. Prince is the peacock of the title. The peahen is Pavlova and their three peachicks are Little Prince, Solomon and Sweet Pea. A strange cat frightens the peachicks but Prince is too busy trying to get attention to help guard his family. When he has to be rescued from the rooftop of a nearby house, he causes quite a stir. Children alone in the house provide a good example for what to do when a stranger comes to the door. have extra fun exploring the illustrations to find cats and words cleverly hidden in the artwork. Another bonus is in the set-up of the story. It is divided into six chapters with a very clear purpose: each chapter introduces a new character, a great way to introduce children to the use of chapters.
ISBN:
9780859538046
Publication Date:
01 / 12 / 1991
Pages:
32
Dimensions:
245 x 268 x 3mm

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