Prince Puggly Of Spud And The Kingdom Of Spiff by Robert Paul WestonPrince Puggly Of Spud And The Kingdom Of Spiff by Robert Paul Weston

Prince Puggly Of Spud And The Kingdom Of Spiff

byRobert Paul Weston

Paperback | February 18, 2014

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Prince Puggly of the muddy, terminally unfashionable Kingdom of Spud is surprised when he receives an invitation to a lavish ball in the far more chic Kingdom of Spiff. Puggly is sure that the Spiffs will take one look at him and laugh him out of their kingdom. But then Puggly meets Francesca, the bookish Princess of Spiff, and together the two set out to teach Francesca’s Spiffian countrymen an absurd lesson in style.

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Robert Paul Weston is the author of several internationally award-winning books for children and young adults. His first novel, Zorgamazoo, won the Silver Birch Award, the Audie Award, the California Young Reader Medal, and an E.B. White Read Aloud Honor. His second novel was the hard-boiled fairy tale Dust City, which was a Canadian L...
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Title:Prince Puggly Of Spud And The Kingdom Of SpiffFormat:PaperbackDimensions:224 pages, 7 × 5 × 0.56 inPublished:February 18, 2014Publisher:PRH Canada Young ReadersLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0143173324

ISBN - 13:9780143173328

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"Weston returns to the novel-in-verse format, goofy humour, inventive typography, and Seussian rhymes of his debut, Zorgamazoo . . . ought to enchant readers, whether they are fashion plates or reprobates. - Publishers Weekly