Princess Pistachio and the Pest by Marie-Louise GayPrincess Pistachio and the Pest by Marie-Louise Gay

Princess Pistachio and the Pest

byMarie-Louise GayIllustratorMarie-Louise GayTranslated byJacob Homel

Hardcover | March 10, 2015

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It’s the first day of the summer holidays and Pistachio Shoelace has big plans. Plans that involve a compass, a cave, and a buried treasure. Plans that do not involve a troublemaking little sister wearing bunny ears and a Superman cape.Forced to take baby Penny to the park, Pistachio prepares for a dull day. But between fruit thefts, a witch’s garden, and an angry park warden with a rulebook, a day with Penny is anything but boring.Marie-Louise Gay’s engaging Princess Pistachio returns in her second book for early readers. Winningly translated from French by Gay’s son Jacob Homel and illustrated throughout with Gay’s distinctive, brightly-coloured art, Princess Pistachio and the Pest will charm young princesses and Super-Bunnies everywhere.
Marie-Louise Gay has come a long way since she failed art class in the third grade. The author and/or illustrator of over sixty books for children, she has captured the imaginations of children and their parents with her whimsical cartoons and beloved characters like Stella and Sam, Caramba and Henry, and Princess Pistachio. In 2013 M...
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Title:Princess Pistachio and the PestFormat:HardcoverDimensions:48 pages, 8.56 × 5.75 × 0.4 inPublished:March 10, 2015Publisher:Pajama Press Inc.Language:English

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ISBN - 10:1927485738

ISBN - 13:9781927485736

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Marie Louise Gay’s impish pen and ink drawings have plenty of humourous details... Chock full of vivid, out-of-the-ordinary descriptions, like "Pistachio’s heart falls to her belly button," this playful chapter book will capture the interest of beginning readers. - National Reading Campaign - 20150625