The panda-tastic sequel to Sarah Horne's huggable debut,
Panda at the Door!
'Adorable fun!' SARAH MCINTYRE
Life is good for Callum's family and Pudding, their panda.
Pudding and Dad's hit stage show, Panda-mime, has been wowing
audiences - but then an ambitious journalist, Penni P,
twigs that Pudding's a real-life talking panda.
If she exposes the truth, her story will be everywhere. Penni
woos the family with false promises of fame and fortune in Hollywood
in order to find her proof.
Soon, everyone's starry-eyed except Callum. Can he expose
Penni and stop her from breaking the story that could tear his
The follow-up to bestselling illustrator Sarah Horne's
huggable debut Panda at the Door.
A modern-day family adventure: Paddington Bear meets
A funny, lively story which touches on themes of family,
belonging and truth - perfect for readers aged 6+.
Quirky integrated illustrations throughout.
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Jennifer Gray is a lawyer and now writes children's comedy. Her other work includes the Atticus Claw series which has been shortlisted for the Waterstone's Children's Book Prize and the Red House Children's Book Award.
Amanda Swift is a former actress. She has written for several children's series and has dramatised Jacqueline Wilson novels fMore about Sarah Horne