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Twinkle Thinks Pink

Katharine Holabird, Sarah Warburton

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Twinkle, For National Curriculum Early Years, Interest age: from c 3 years, Fiction, Picture books, Picture books: character books

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From the author of the global success Angelina Ballerina, comes Twinkle - a brand new series for girls.

From the author of the global success Angelina Ballerina, comes the second title in this brand new series for all those who love fairies, friendship and pink!

It's Fairy Godmother's garden party and the roses look pretty as a picture until... Twinkle makes a wish to add more pink ones! Not only do the roses turn pink, but the whole garden turns into a candyfloss paradise!

With sparkling glitter on the cover and last spread.

Illustrated by the bestselling illustrator of Dinosaurs in the Supermarket, Sarah Warburton and Katharine Holabird are an exciting new picture book team.

Read more about Katharine Holabird on http://katharineholabird.com/, and follow Sarah Warburton at http://sarahwarburton.blogspot.co.uk/.

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Praise for Twinkle Thinks Pink

  • Sarah Warburton's enchantingly intricate pictures are pretty in pink, with sparkles on the cover and final pages. This looks like the start of another success story! - Parents in Touch

  • Katherine Holabird and Sarah Warburton have come up trumps with a whole new set of stories and engaging characters that children will love (yep even some of the boys rather like Twinkle and her misadventures!). - ReadItDaddy

  • This is a sweet and funny book with lovely intricate illustrations that immediately transport you to a new world... Twinkle is a standout heroine who will easily lead a series of books just as Angelina did. - Book Bag

  • Loads of detail to inspire children, brilliant characterisation and a glittery finish. Comedy highlights include the double page spread of grumpy animals trying to get to sleep in Twinkle's tree. Just brilliant! - guardianwitness

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Katharine Holabird

Born: Cambridge, MA USA, Jan 23, 1948

Childhood spent in Chicago, IL with 3 sisters (and actress mother, architect father)

Jobs: magazine editor, nursery school teacher, freelance journalist, writer

Lives: North London, England and Water Mill, NY USA

First Book: Angelina Ballerina published 1983

Katharine grew up in an artistic household in Chicago, the 2nd of 4 daughters. As a child she lived in an imaginary world of fairy tales, princesses and ballerinas, and loved to put on plays and dances with her sisters.

Katharine received a BA in Literature from Bennington College in Vermont in 1969, and after graduation worked as a literary editor, then moved to Italy where she was a freelance journalist for 2 years.

In 1973 Katharine married and moved with her husband to London, where she became a nursery school teacher until the birth of their first daughter in 1976. Another daughter was born in 1979 and a son in 1983.

Katharine was already the mother of young children when she created Angelina Ballerina in 1982. "I wanted to write for all the children who love dance and drama, and my daughters were a great inspiration."

There are now over 20 books in print about the adventures of ballet mad Angelina, translated into over 15 languages. Angelina has danced in an animated TV series for several years, and has pirouetted into the limelight with the English National Ballet in two children's ballets based on the series. A new musical, "Angelina the Mousical", is touring the UK in 2012 and will head to the Peacock Theatre in London in 2013.

The Angelina books have won a collection of awards, including: the Kentucky Bluegrass Award for Angelina Ballerina in 1985; ALA Notable Book Awards in 1986 and 1987, a British Book Design and Production award in 1990. Angelina's Christmas was selected as the Child Study Association's Children's Book of the Year in 1987. "Angelina Ballerina's Invitation to the Ballet" won the Oppenheim Platinum Award in 2005.

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