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The Petal People - Peter Pansy

The Petal People - Peter Pansy
Reads: 
28
Pages: 
32
Average: 5 (4 votes)
5

Very precise and meticulous. Everything has to be neat and tidy even in the garden. He seems to be abrupt and grumpy but that is his way. If anything he is a little shy until he gets to know you.  He can always be relied upon in a crisis.

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Pages: 32
Reading Level: Intermediate (6 to 9)
Language: English
ISBN: ISBN 1-90065796-9
Categories: Family & Friends
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: clean, surprise, immaculate, flowerland, winner
Date Added: February 16, 2012
The Petal Peoplec Peter Pansy Written by Pauline Earles Created by Pauline Earles From original artwork by Zoe Earles wwwthepetalpeoplecom The right of Pauline Earles to be identified as the creator and author of this work has been asserted by her in accordance with the Copyrights Designs and Patents Act First published in c Pauline Earles All rights reserved No part of this publication may be reproduced stored in a retrieval system or transmitted by any means whatsoever Published by Petal People Publishing Ltd PETER PANSY Peter Pansy lived in his immaculate little cottage in Flowerland Everything about it was clean tidy and sparkling Nothing was ever out of place He did his housework every day and his tidiness overflowed into the garden Like his house it was neat and tidy Everything seemed to grow straight and was always in flower Even the grass grew like a regiment of soldiers It really was a home to be proud of Peter Pansy had just showered and was preparing to go out when there was a knock at the front door Peter Pansy opened the door and there stood Lucy Lupin and Andrew Ageratum Hello Peter Pansy how are you enquired Lucy Lupin Good morning to you both he replied I am sorry but I am just on my way out Can we come with you asked Andrew Ageratum No I am sorry but it is not possible said Peter Pansy Now please excuse me I really must go now Peter Pansy finally set off on his journey hoping that he would not meet any of his friends as he did not want to be delayed any longer