Una Pesadilla de Tortitas (Pancake Pandemonium)

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You might say pancakes are little Polly'sfavouritetreat. Or you might say she's a little obsessed. Either way when mum's too busy to rustle up herfavouritesnack Polly decides to take the initiative. Though she ends up wishing that she hadn't... Piles of Pancakes is a charming, rhyming-story that's perfect for any child keen to get off the sidelines and into the thick of things. Written by AnitaPouroulisit's typically celebrates a child's imagination and in this case, that great American staple, the Pancake! The ...
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Overview

You might say pancakes are little Polly'sfavouritetreat. Or you might say she's a little obsessed. Either way when mum's too busy to rustle up herfavouritesnack Polly decides to take the initiative. Though she ends up wishing that she hadn't... Piles of Pancakes is a charming, rhyming-story that's perfect for any child keen to get off the sidelines and into the thick of things. Written by AnitaPouroulisit's typically celebrates a child's imagination and in this case, that great American staple, the Pancake! The illustrations by TomBonsoncapture the zany madness of the story perfectly too.
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Anita Pouroulis has woven a seamless story in rhyme. The narrative is both engaging and well paced. This coupled with the beautiful illustrations by Tom Bonson will I am sure delight children and parents alike. -- Gez Walsh, Poet & Presenter Radio Phoenix FM

... charmingly barmy big ideas for little girls -- Ian Whybrow, Best selling children's writer of Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs

Pancake Pandemonium, reminds us not only of the hidden heroes (bees, chickens and cows) who make pancakes possible, but of the magic of dreaming, which makes everything possible! Children and parents will relish the sumptuous illustrations of the Anita Pouloulis books - where the ordinary is always extraordinary and you should expect the unexpected. Playful, interactive books, beautifully designed.' -- Mandy Coe Poet and children's author

From the Publisher

Anita Pouroulis has woven a seamless story in rhyme. The narrative is both engaging and well paced. This coupled with the beautiful illustrations by Tom Bonson will I am sure delight children and parents alike. -- Gez Walsh, Poet & Presenter Radio Phoenix FM

Pancake Pandemonium, reminds us not only of the hidden heroes (bees, chickens and cows) who make pancakes possible, but of the magic of dreaming, which makes everything possible! Children and parents will relish the sumptuous illustrations of the Anita Pouloulis books - where the ordinary is always extraordinary and you should expect the unexpected. Playful, interactive books, beautifully designed.' -- Mandy Coe Poet and children's author

... charmingly barmy big ideas for little girls -- Ian Whybrow, Best selling children's writer of Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781909428188
  • Publisher: Digital Leaf Limited
  • Publication date: 10/14/2013
  • Pages: 36
  • Age range: 3 - 8 Years
  • Product dimensions: 9.60 (w) x 9.60 (h) x 0.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Anita Pouroulis is a South African children's writer now living in Sotogrande, Spain. She has had 4 children's books published so far, all by Digital Leaf. They are: Pancake Pandemonium, Oh, What a Tangle!, My Monster Mayhem and Mum's Cronky Car. Anita was a primary school teacher for many years, including a spell in the UK, where she developed a passion for children's literature. These days much of her work is inspired by her daughter and her incorrigible dogs.

Tom Bonson is a super talented young illustrator based in Bristol in the UK.

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