Peas in a Pod

USD $9.99USD $17.99

Pippa, Pia, Poppy, Polly and Peg are quintuplets. Since birth, they’ve done everything the same — cry, eat, sleep, sit. But as they get a little older, things start to change. Now they want to do things differently — very differently. Can Mum and Dad keep their little girls as matching peas in a pod, or will those five very individual personalities win out in the end? Gorgeous illustrations perfectly complement this simple yet highly entertaining storyline. Sure to be enjoyed by kids and their parents!



SPECIFICATIONS: Hardcover | 245 x 255 mm /9½ x 10 Inches | 32 Pages |

“Adorable — that just about sums it up”.

Educating Young People
“… a wonderful book to use in the classroom or at home to teach children about uniqueness and finding the real you”

Kiss The Book
“This is an adorable picture book with many themes running through the storyline … The final pages are bold with color and personality depicting individuality.  We loved this book!”

The School Librarian
“I have an instinctive resistance to bright pink book covers, but this one won me over … full of humorous detail, which rewards close study and rereading. In a crowded market this stands out.”

Department of Education and Communities – Scan Magazine
“… celebrates diversity. Ideal for investigating PDHPE K-6 syllabus outcomes … this amusing and fancifully illustrated picture book may also lead to a study of idioms and alliteration”

The Pirate Tree
“A great story about difference and conformity, told from within a family about siblings but nevertheless, with implications that confront this same petty compulsion that grows out of our social interaction with the world, our countries, our cultures.”

Early Childhood Teacher’s Association
Peas In A Pod would be a wonderful story to use in the classroom or at home to teach young children (aged 3-7) about uniqueness and finding the real you”

The Bottom Shelf
“This is a wonderful way to talk to students about not only finding their inner self, but having the courage to stay true to it….Loved it!”

West Australian
“I loved this book’s lovely pink cover and drawings..all the girls want to be different. I’m a twin so I understand the importance of this.” Mia Templeman 5

Book Tent
“This is one of the finest children’s books I have read about expressing your own individualism”

“this gorgeous story is a thought-provoker and can certainly be used as a point of discussion about personal identity and how children define themselves.”

Boomerang Books
“… a refreshing, enchanting story of celebrating individuality and allowing personalities to shine.”

Parents In Touch
“[A] simple storyline … that will resonate with all families of multiples.”

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