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Mrs Hippo's Pizza Parlour

Mrs Hippo's Pizza Parlour (Paperback)

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Business is poor at Mrs Hippo's Pizza Parlour. William and Mrs Hippo are worried, but when accident-prone Ellie Bear comes to play with William, she takes all their attention! Mrs Hippo decides to take the youngsters out for a ride in her motorbike sidecar, to keep Ellie out of harm's way. After an eventful journey through the town, they end up on the beach, where Ellie writes her name in the sand, and William copies the idea with the message "Mrs Hippo's Pizzas Are The Best!" That night there is a long queue outside the Pizza Parlour, and Mrs Hippo and William have to work hard to keep up with demand...

Children'sEducational materialEducational: English language & literacyEducational: English language: readers & reading schemesChildren'sFiction & true storiesGeneral fiction Publisher: Pan Macmillan Publication Date: 17/05/2004 ISBN-13: 9780753410370  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Vivian French is a world-renowned children's author and storyteller who has extensive experience of young children through her work in playgroups, drama workshops and theatre. She has had tremendous success in writing for this age group, with bestselling titles such as Hedgehogs Don't Eat Hamburgers and Guinea Pigs on the Go - also illustrated by Clive Scruton. She has been nominated for many awards - most recently for the 1995 Smarties Award with A Song for Toad (Walker). She regularly visits schools in the UK and tours often with Book Trust Scotland's Readiscovery Bus. Vivian French lives in Edinburgh. Clive Scruton is a successful picture book artist whose titles include Sidney the Monster by David Wood (Walker), It's a Go to the Park Day by Vivian French (Walker) and A Goodnight Kind of Feeling by Tony Bradman (HarperCollins). He was also the illustrator of Guinea Pigs on the Go (see above). Clive Scruton lives in East Grinstead, West Sussex.

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