Saffron: 3 : So Quite Excellent
Mum keeps yawning. She is always tired at the moment. I don't understand why, because she sleeps a lot during the day. She says it's because Star Anise is such a creative baby. When her baby sister, Star Anise, has a sleep problem and Mum can't keep up, Saffron knows exactly what to do, and that's HELP. But although her ideas for helping are so quite excellent, they don't go exactly to plan. In the third book in the SAFFRON series, Saffron dances a flamenco in Madrid, promenades in Saint-Tropez, discovers her calling as a famous choreographer ...and helps Mum ...sometimes. The third book in Victoria M. Azaro's SAFFRON series is just possibly the most hilarious and outrageous so far.
- Paperback | 96 pages
- 147 x 207mm
- 23 Mar 2012
- Penguin Group (NZ)
- Auckland, New Zealand
About Victoria M. Azaro
Victoria M. Azaro was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She studied fashion design in Argentina and then at the Whitecliffe College of Art and Design in Auckland. Victoria has worked as a stylist for leading Argentinian fashion magazine Para Ti, as a freelance fashion designer, and as a lecturer at the Whitecliffe College of Art and Design. She started writing and illustrating after her first son was born. Victoria now lives in Auckland with her husband and two sons. The Saffron series was inspired by her extensive experience of living and travelling in different cultures.