By: Jill Lewis and Deborah Allwright
The King’s storywriter has a problem. When the King calls up for his new story he has to tell him that he has lost the notes he had for it. The King thinks this is terrible and they set out to recover the storywriters notes so he can tell the King the story. There is another problem though, and it seems to be bothering the King – someone is watching them.
This book is really fun. It’s cover just begs you to pick it up and open it. It is a sort of ‘behind the scenes of story development’ book. It acknowledges you the reader, which draws you right into what is going on. There is inside fairytale humour that some readers and parents will definitely smile at. The text is very much a part of the illustrations, something that adds to the feeling of being involved. For fun, silliness and yet another story that is begging to be read aloud you simply can’t go past this one.
Publisher: Egmont Books Ltd
Published: 02 February 2009
Format: Paperback 32 pages
ISBN 13: 9781405236423
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