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April 29, 2013 / peoplesbookprize

Grandma Bendy By Izy Penguin

The People’s Book Prize Spring Collection – today’s highlighted book is:

Grandma Bendy By Izy Penguin

ISBN 978-1-84886-077-3
Category Children’s 3-7yrs
Spring 2013

Synopsis

A quirky story about a bendy burglar, who learns the error of her ways. Grandma Bendy is the bendiest grandma.She has twizzly arms and super stretchy legs!

In the past Grandma Bendy used her skills for bad and was an excellent burglar. However a taste of her own medicine sets her on the straight and narrow! Grandma Bendy is written and illustrated by first time author Izy Penguin.

Author’s Biography

Izy was born in Hexham, a small town in Northumberland and started making up tales from an early age, even convincing her neighbour that there was a witch living in the shed of next doors garden.

Before Grandma Bendy, Izy illustrated and wrote books (and the odd silly rhyme) for her friend’s children, before finding a publisher 5 years later!

Reviews

“Many years ago, Grandma Bendy used her stretchy limbs for all manner of ill deeds until a taste of her own medicine set her straight. Now the pliable pensioner must use her elastic appendages to atone for her pilfering past and become the coolest Grandma in town. Perfect for lively preschoolers, this is a cheeky tale with dynamic illustrations and a sincere message at its heart.” JUNIOR MAGAZINE

Price: £6.99
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