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Pongy Stinkbelly Finds A Friend

The children’s book ‘Pongy Stinkbelly finds a friend’ was published in November 2015, written by Kate Mullin and illustrated by Liz Mullin.
“A heart-warming tale of friendship and laughter. Pongy Stinkbelly lives all alone at the end of Pot Hole Lane. He is lonely and sad. He is just about to give up his quest for finding a friend when his luck changes. This poem with funny rhymes will keep the whole family entertained!”

Pongy Stinkbelly Finds a Friend

Pongy Stinkbelly Finds a Friend

Pages from 'Pongy Stinkbelly Finds a Friend'

Pages from ‘Pongy Stinkbelly Finds a Friend’

Pongy Stinkbelly Children's Book

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Illustration from ‘Pongy Stinkbelly Finds a Friend’

Illustration from ‘Pongy Stinkbelly Finds a Friend’

Illustration from 'Pongy Stinkbelly Finds a Friend'

Illustration from ‘Pongy Stinkbelly Finds a Friend’

Illustration from ‘Pongy Stinkbelly Finds a Friend’

Illustration from ‘Pongy Stinkbelly Finds a Friend’

Pongy & Hilda dancing

What other people are saying…
“Great poetry… So nice to have a new way to bring poetry to children. Its very beautiful with illustrations that bring the characters to life. Its my nephews favourite book and so now I have bought another copy for a friend’s daughter” Amazon customer review

“I was recommended this book by another teacher friend. It is a little gem! The story is written in verse and uses vocabulary that is fun and can be accessed by a wide range of children.” Mrs Shotton (Teacher)

“This is a charming funny story that had us laughing all the way through. The illustrations throughout are amazing and the rhyming is hilarious and clever. Here is a character to fall in love with in a wonderful journey of friendship!” Amazon customer review

“I bought this book for my reluctant reader 6 year old son. He loved the story and tried to read along! The illustrations are delightful and witty. I think we will be reading the book together for a long time to come.” Amazon customer review

“I might buy it, it’s that good!” James (Year 6 Pupil)

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