The Making of the Platypus Philharmonic Orchestraby Eliana Joy Barnett
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Penelope is a 10-year old girl who lives in the United States. Her favorite animal is the platypus. During a previous vacation to King Island, Australia, Penelope discovered a secret, intelligent group of platypuses. They speak English, play musical instruments, and joke around with each other. The platypuses welcomed Penelope into their “family” and she told no one about them.
Penelope is planning another trip to King Island. She can’t wait to see the platypuses again and thinks it would be fun to create a platypus orchestra. But how can she make that happen while keeping the platypuses a secret?
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Meet the Author
Eliana began drawing as soon as she could hold a pencil. As a young child, she spent a lot of time in drawing pictures and making up stories. She drew her first book, without words, during Kindergarten spring break. Eliana has been writing books since second grade. Her books have won literary awards in school and in regional writing competition.
She also enjoys writing poetry, and one of her poems was published in the Anthology of Poetry by Young Americans, 2006 edition.
Eliana began violin lessons at the age of three and enjoys playing in her high school orchestra. She loves reading, drawing, acting, and joking around with her best friend Tommy.
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