Wings and feathers! Pearlie’s latest trip is as sparkling and exciting as ever!
In a lush New Zealand forest, Pearlie is helping the park fairy Omaka prepare a very special party.
The rushing streams and glistening silver fern fronds make one of the loveliest sights Pearlie has ever seen, but soon she discovers that this wild park is full of surprises. And its creatures are the most surprising of all!
When Pearlie finds herself lost among the ancient trees, she starts to worry.
Is something hiding in the branches?
Perhaps a wise old local could let Pearlie in on some of the forest’s secrets.
About the Author
WENDY HARMER began her career as a journalist and has had a hugely successful career in comedy - on stage, television and radio. She has written many scripts for television and theatre, and six books for adults. Her PEARLIE IN THE PARK books - a series for young readers - are bestsellers in Australia and have been published in ten countries around the world.
The animated PEARLIE is now screening on Australian TV. Wendy lives in Sydney with her husband, Brendan, and their two children, Marley and Maeve. I LOST MY MOBILE AT THE MALL is Wendy's first novel for teens. She hopes it won't be her last!
GYPSY TAYLOR is a production designer and illustrator whose career spans film, advertising and animation. Since graduating from NIDA with a design degree, she has worked as a costumer illustrator on a number of feature films including THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA - THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE and Baz Luhrmann's AUSTRALIA. Gypsy is currently illustrating more Pearlie books for Random House.
MIKE ZARB has been a storyboard artist and illustrator for over fifteen years, and has worked for various animation studios around the world. His animation design background influenced the creation of his vibrant illustrations of Pearlie and her friends.
For Ages: 7 - 9 years old
For Grades: 2 - 4
Number Of Pages: 48
Published: 1st April 2011
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 15.0 x 0.5
Weight (kg): 0.1
Edition Number: 1