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'Whirling, twirling, tumbling and turning, the socks do a dance for the curious girl'. Welcome to the wonderful world of Penelope Macintosh. Penny, for short, with her notebook, pen, magnifying glass and best friend, Gregory Harry (who's always getting lost), is the world's best detective and she doesnt rest until the case is solved. The magnifying glass, which never leaves her sight, is to help her see out of her right eye. This story is the first in the series. The book is intended for 2-6 year olds, and is available as an ebook, also. Happy reading!

Produktbeschreibung
'Whirling, twirling, tumbling and turning, the socks do a dance for the curious girl'. Welcome to the wonderful world of Penelope Macintosh. Penny, for short, with her notebook, pen, magnifying glass and best friend, Gregory Harry (who's always getting lost), is the world's best detective and she doesnt rest until the case is solved. The magnifying glass, which never leaves her sight, is to help her see out of her right eye. This story is the first in the series. The book is intended for 2-6 year olds, and is available as an ebook, also. Happy reading!
Autorenporträt
This is the second book from the author Gareth Coombs. His first book, 'Penelope Macintosh And The Mystery Of The Million Missing Socks', is a story about Penny who, with her magnifying glass, her notebook, pen and best friend Gregory Harry, solves mysteries and doesn't rest until the case is solved. Gareth addresses social issues and challenges that children will face in their life, in a fun and exciting way and will always have a hide and seek adventure on each page. 'Phil The Pooping Stupid Squid' is no different. Here he addresses bullying, marginalisation, hate crime and subtly touches on the pollution of our seas. The motivation for his writing is his four children. He must have spent a zillion hours reading to them over the years! Gareth has visited several schools; setting challenges for students and Penelope has been the basis for one particular (the school he went to!) school's theme work.