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ISBN: 9781771030496

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There's just no place quite like Nanny's house. When you're little, it's a fascinating world of nooks, crannies, knick-knacks, and adventures around every corner. It's hard not to be pokey... and nosey... and, well, downright messy. Before the day is through, eggs will break, paint will spill and the cat will be wearing a molasses hairdo. Here's a fun peek in and around Nanny's house, from the blissfully carefree perspective of an inquisitive and vivacious little girl. A humorous, gentle reminder of how much fun getting into mischief can be.

There's just no place quite like Nanny's house. When you're little, it's a fascinating world of nooks, crannies, knick-knacks, and adventures around every corner. It's hard not to be pokey... and nosey... and, well, downright messy. Before the day is through, eggs will break, paint will spill and the cat will be wearing a molasses hairdo. Here's a fun peek in and around Nanny's house, from the blissfully carefree perspective of an inquisitive and vivacious little girl. A humorous, gentle reminder of how much fun getting into mischief can be.

A native Newfoundlander, Susan Pynn Taylor is a professional writer with a background in marketing and communications. She has traveled throughout North America, but always finds her way back to her island home. Susan is a devoted wife and mother, with a love for children, literature, and nature. At Nanny's House is her fifth book for young readers, following her success in 2007 with A Puppy Story (Creative, 2007), The Colours of my Home: A Portrait of Newfoundland and Labrador (Creative, 2007), The Jelly Bean Row (Creative, 2011) and On Poppy's Beach (Creative, 2013).

ISBN:  9781771030496

Item Publish Date: 2015 / 05 / 19

Measurements: 8.5 in X 8.5 in X 0 in

Weight: NIL

Page Count: 32

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