Plato, an eco-warrior, and part-time plumber fixes watery problems like leaking taps, but he also fixes grumpy people with jokes or a smile spray. His tool kit is legendary.
Despite ferals along the creek bank, Plato is on call to help Zanzibar and his family who are renovating their old creekside house.
Lively and colourful illustrations are interspersed throughout the story.
Aimed at those interested in imaginative problem solving, this book will appeal to boys and girls, keen on animals, nature or wildlife. And it also asks watery questions about climate issues, such as drought.
|Publisher:||IP (Interactive Publications Pty Ltd)|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||15 MB|
|Note:||This product may take a few minutes to download.|
|Age Range:||6 - 8 Years|
About the Author
She has written 200 books, which have been widely translated.
She won the 2009 ASA Medal for services to the writing community & is short-listed for the 2010 Astrid Lindgren Children’s Literature Award.
There’s a Hippopotamus on our Roof Eating Cake is her best known title, which has continually been in print for 30 years and adapted for stage, radio, video, and puppetry.
John Petropoulos is a graphic designer and illustrator living in Melbourne.
He is best known for his work as a comic book creator. He co-produced nine issues of the multi-award winning Bug & Stump by Aaargh! Comics.
Plato is his first children’s book.