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Granny McQueen and the Popcorn Machine

Granny McQueen and the Popcorn Machine is a picture book text with beautifully fun illustrations by Scott Pearson. Jill Eggleton writes a comical narrative of an eccentric character's love affair with popcorn.

    Granny McQueen loved popcorn. She loved it so much, she bought a popcorn machine. Now she could make more popcorn when she wanted. But one day, Granny McQueen pulled the lever on her popcorn machine all the way down. Oh no, Granny McQueen what have you done?

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Ages: 3-8 | Pages: 24
Code: GE0194 | ISBN: 9781988576084

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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.