Peggy Loo & Poppy Woppy Cover

Peggy Loo & Poppy Woppy

Peggy Loo and Poppy Woppy is a picture book text superbly illustrated by Gabriella Klepatski. Jill Eggleton takes a comical look at the differences between youth and old age with these two endearing characters.

    Peggy Loo asked Poppy Woppy if he could bounce on her trampoline, if he could do flips, climb ropes, swing and dance!

    “That’s easy-peasy,” said Poppy Woppy. “

    Easy-peasy doodle-dee-di. You can do anything if you try.”

    Well, almost anything . . .

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Ages: 3-8 | Pages: 24
Code: GE0191 | ISBN: 9781927307915

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Jill Eggleton

Author Jill Eggleton, QSO, is an internationally recognised literacy consultant, teacher and author. She has won Storylines\u2019 top award, the Margaret Mahy Medal, given annually for lifetime achievement and an outstanding contribution to New Zealand children\u2019s literature and literacy.