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The Importance of Green

The Importance of Green
  

"Liam Loveday could not and would not paint without green. He painted aliens and alligators, seasick sailors and grasshoppers sipping green tea on pea-coloured couches. But one day Liam runs of green paint. How can he paint without his favourite colour? After all, without green l... read full description below.

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ISBN 9780143505716
Published 22 May 2013 by Penguin
Format Trade Paperback/Paperback
Author(s) By Agnew, Leonie
Illustrated by Pye, Trevor

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ISBN-13 9780143505716
ISBN-10 0143505718
Stock Out of stock
Status Out of print
Publisher Penguin
Imprint Puffin
Publication Date 22 May 2013
Publication Country New Zealand New Zealand
Format Trade Paperback/Paperback
Author(s) By Agnew, Leonie
Illustrated by Pye, Trevor
Category Picture Storybooks
AU, NZ & South Pacific Books
New Zealand & Related
Interest Age 2-6 years
Reading Age 2-6 years
NBS Text Picture Books
ONIX Text Children/juvenile
Number of Pages 31
Dimensions Width: 225mm
Height: 286mm
Spine: 4mm
Weight 169g
Dewey Code 823.3
Catalogue Code PEARS

Description of this Book

Liam Loveday could not and would not paint without green. He painted aliens and alligators, seasick sailors and grasshoppers sipping green tea on pea-coloured couches. But one day Liam runs out of green paint. How can he paint without his favourite colour? After all, without green lights the traffic won't go, without green grass the cows aren't keen on their food and something funny happens to the colour of milk, too. Liam has to find a way to paint in green again, or he will never be able to sort out the chaos!

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Author's Bio

Leonie Agnew may or may not be living in South America with a poodle named Juan. She informs us that her days are spent drinking sangrias and teaching Juan how to bark in Spanish, while trading sombreros on the black market via her iPad. However, our sources have located her in Auckland, New Zealand. They claim she is an award-winning children's author, a former copy writer, and currently moonlights as a primary school teacher. It is possible she has a tendency to make things up. This is called lying, unless you write it down - then it is pleasantly referred to as being an author.

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