Series: Unipiggle the Unicorn Pig
By Hannah Shaw
Welcome to Twinkleland Kingdom, where everything is 100% perfect. Except Princess Pea – she loves getting muddy and having fun and she’s not keen on choosing her own perfect unicorn at the Royal Unicorn Parade. Until the final unicorn turns out to be a podgy, pongy, proud, magic-horned…pig? And so the adventures of Princess Pea and Unipiggle begin!
Meet the princess who loves breaking the rules, and her Royal Unicorn who happens to be a pig… or, rather, a Unipiggle!
“Fizzing with imagination”
Harriet Muncaster, author and illustrator of Isadora Moon
Hannah Shaw loves nothing more than making children laugh, and won the Waterstone’s Children's Book Prize for her illustrations in The Great Hamster Massacre. She studied at the University of Brighton and now lives in Stroud with her husband, smelly dog and two young children who steal her favourite drawing pens but provide great inspiration.
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I would love to live in a land called Twinkleland. It would be great… I think I could read Unipiggle all day
Lucy, aged 8
I think Unipiggle is a great story, it's so funny
Ollie, aged 9
I think this book is soooooo good and I cannot wait for the other ones to come out
Arthur, aged 8
I really like Unipiggle, it's a very fun book… I think that Princess Pea is very cheeky and naughty
Adam, aged 8
I really liked that it was really very happy and magical
Lexi, aged 8
I loved Princess Pea's name…it sounds like she's like in a bit of grass and her bed is made of petals
Imogen, aged 9
I love Unipiggle. I love everything but one of my faves is the funny long name…. I wish I was in Twinkleland because it sounds so bright and lovely and friendly. I want to grow up and be like you. Oh and I love the humour you put in your books.
Grace, aged 9
It's funny, exciting and creative!
Jason, aged 8 3/4
“Full of wild and wacky, highly illustrated, laugh-out-loud fun, this easy-to-read, visually exciting and wonderfully entertaining book is guaranteed to get practical jokers, and even the most reluctant readers, begging for more!”
Lancashire Evening Post