Peas In A Pod by Tania MccartneyPeas In A Pod by Tania Mccartney

Peas In A Pod

byTania MccartneyIllustratorTina Snerling

Paperback | November 1, 2016

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Pippa, Pia, Poppy, Polly and Peg are quintuplets. Since birth, they've done everything the same - cry, eat, sleep, sit. But as they get a little older, things start to change. Now they want to do things differently - very differently. Can Mum and Dad keep their little girls as matching peas in a pod, or will those five very individual personalities win out in the end?

Gorgeous illustrations perfectly complement this simple yet highly entertaining storyline. Sure to be enjoyed by kids and their parents!

Tania McCartney is an award-winning author of both children's and adult books, with a particular passion for picture books. An experienced editor, illustrator, speaker and publisher, she has written more than thousand articles and reviews, both in print and online. She is also the founder of Kids' Book Review, one of the foremost child...
Title:Peas In A PodFormat:PaperbackDimensions:32 pages, 10 × 9.75 × 0.12 inPublished:November 1, 2016Publisher:EK BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1925335283

ISBN - 13:9781925335286

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"Pippa, Pia, Poppy, Polly, and Peg are as alike as the title would indicate: poppets with naturally curly hair, button-dot features, and patches of color on their cheeks.They behave the same in all things, including spilling their milk, eating (rather messily), and squinching up their eyes while using the potty (an extremely discreet image; only the stray rolls of toilet paper indicate what is going on). And they sleep, each and all, on their backs, each holding a small bunny stuffie and sucking on one little finger. This cannot last, and as they grow older, they throw off the shackles of parental unanimity, starting with their hair: one always wears a crown; another does hers in multiple braids; one uses colored hair gel to great effect; and so on. It doesn't take long for the quints to choose their own clothes, their own hobbies and activities (guitar, painting, knitting, reading, electronic doodads), and their own dreams. When readers see them last, however, they are snuggled all in the same bed with their bunnies and one finger in each mouth, just as when they were babies. Bright color and lively line define their hair and their other attributes as the five figures inhabit the white space of the backgrounds. Adorable - that just about sums it up." - Kirkus