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The Little Star Who Wished Paperback – 1 Mar 2007
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About the Author
An exciting new talent, Michael Broad previously worked in animation. The Little Star who Wished is his second book and is a follow-up to the beautiful Broken Bird. Michael is also currently working on a series of young fiction for Puffin about the character Jake Cake. Michael lives in London.
Top customer reviews
'Have you ever wished upon a star?
This is the story of the adventurous 'Little Star', who makes his very own amazing wish.'
But, don't worry - he has his teddy along on his adventure, and together they sink to the depths of the ocean, find a shipwreck and meet lots of new friends who help the little star finally get his own wish!
32 pages set in the popular 2-page spread format, with bold text, in different sizes, shapes and colours, for emphasis!
Superb illustrations throughout, which is bound to draw the excited listener to the next page!
Example of text:-
'One dark night, high above the world, a little star lay dreaming.
He dreamed he was a comet, blazing across the sky, when suddenly.......
the little star began to fall.
Down, down he fell and the children who saw him made a wish upon a falling star.
Holding his teddy tight, the little star tumbled
on and on until....
S P L A S H !
They both plunged deep into the sea.....'
..... "There are no other stars down here, Teddy," said the little star as he sat on a rock.
"I want to go home."
"Don't cry," said the rock, which was not a rock at all, but a turtle.
"There are lots of stars in the ocean."
"Stars like me?"
The little star brightened.
"But where are they?"
"In the starship," said the turtle
"Hold on tight - I`ll take you there.".....'