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Mia loves to draw and has a vivid imagination. Her imagination takes her everywhere. She draws Pookey on a piece of paper. Scared of a lightning storm overhead she flees downstairs to her father. A brilliant blue bolt reaches through the window and zaps the piece of paper, bringing Pookey to life. Mia and Pookey, a half pig half mouse creature become the best of friends. Pookey shares a secret with Mia. He has a magical tail that shrinks her down to his size. Together they go on a journey through a vast desert, passed the Kingdom of Pharoahs towards the ocean. They go camel back riding and flying on a genie's magic carpet. They explore sunken pirate ships and hide from tooth filled sharks. Will they escape from the shark before they run out of breath? A magical story full of friendship and imagination.

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9781471605161
  • ISBN: 9781471605161
  • Pub Date: 23rd February 2012
  • Publisher: Lulu.com
  • Imprint: Lulu.com
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number of Pages: 32

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Born in Norfolk but raised in Wales, Thomas doodled his way through childhood until they let him into Norwich School of Art and Design. He then studied illustration at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge. His first commissioned work was the cover illustration for a then unknown book called Harry potter and the Philosopher's Stone by J. K. Rowling. Since then

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