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Percy the Pigeon Paperback – Illustrated, 19 May 2017
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'This delightful tale of greed will entertain children and teach them the valuable lesson of sharing. The rhymes are fun and the cute drawings are of a high standard throughout. A great bedtime read!' --Andy Males, author of 26 Miles to the Moon
'This book is very easy to read for the age bracket given but I also believe that the purpose of the story is very easy to understand from a younger age and it's a lovely rhyming book about learning how to share. My daughter loves me reading to her and she loves the pictures in this story.' --Claire Whitby, children's carer
About the Author
Katie Budge is 25 years old and lives in Stevenage, a small town in Hertfordshire with her boyfriend of five years and their two sons. She has been writing children's stories since she was 17. She has a back catalogue of around 30 stories and hopes to get as many published as possible. Her other hobbies are baking and photography. She is also a full time mum (the best job in the world)!
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In a charming tale, young and old readers are equally delighted by the tale that reminds them of the importance of friendship and sharing. The language used is understandable for young readers, and they can follow the story easily. Delightful illustrations compliment the rhyming tale perfectly and make this a very enjoyable read. It’s also a great way to talk about the idea of sharing with smaller children, the notion that Percy and his friends fall out because he doesn’t share is a good conversation starter with youngsters.
This has fast become a much loved book at bedtime, regularly there is a request for Percy’s story and when we see a plump pigeon when we’re out and about my wee one often asks if it might be Percy.