Princess Pistachio Treasury

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Princess Pistachio Treasury

By Marie-Louise Gay
Early Chapter Book Ages 5–8
ISBN: 978-1-77278-048-2 (HC)
List Price: $18.95 CAD / $16.95 USD
Hardcover with dust jacket & reinforced trade binding; ribbon marker; gold foil
Trim Size: 6 x 8.75 inches / 15.24 x 22.23 cm
Pages: 152

Publication Date: August 24, 2018

Distributed in the U.S. by Ingram Publisher Services

A collection of three early readers featuring the sublime Princess Pistachio from the internationally acclaimed Marie-Louise Gay, complete with ribbon bookmark, gold foil stamping on the cover, and a reinforced spine.

A grand collection for early readers transitioning to chapter books, this treasury gathers three madcap Princess Pistachio titles into one divine volume. New fans will cheer for Pistachio as she “discovers” she may be kidnapped royalty in Princess Pistachio, navigates a disastrous day of minding her baby sister in Princess Pistachio and the Pest, and gets caught up in fame when her dog becomes a theater star in Princess Pistachio and Maurice the Magnificent.

Written and illustrated by the internationally bestselling author and illustrator Marie-Louise Gay, the Princess Pistachio Treasury features a ribbon bookmark, gold foil stamping, and a reinforced spine for a classic treasury feel.

Awards and Honours:
2018 Iowa Public Radio “Children’s Holiday Book Guide” selection

Reviews:

“Marie-Louise Gay’s beautiful illustrations carry the stories along in this well-designed treasury which features a ribbon bookmark, gold foil stamping and a reinforced spine. I would recommend this as a purchase for school and public libraries as well as a great gift for an individual child.”—Resource Links

“Rating: 5…The illustrations created in India ink, watercolor, ink and colored pencils are a total delight.”—Katrina Yurenka, Youth Services Book Review

“Rating: 5…If you are a fan of the whimsical ‘Stella’ picture books, you will also love these beginner chapter books by Marie-Louise Gay….This would be a great book for early readers because the text is simple and the chapters are short — providing good stopping points throughout different parts of the book. This would also be a great chapter book to read aloud to a beginner reader that may have outgrown picture books but is not quite ready to read chapter books.”Kristin Guay, Youth Services Book Review

“We rated this book: 5/5”Madie, Age 5, Kids’ BookBuzz