The Pasta Kidz: The Inventing Tubes
`The Pasta Kidz (TM) and Petz Adventures' are humorous, zany, magical and chaotic stories that bring together the pasta-themed Kidz - including Sarahâ Spaghetti, Rikki Ravioli, Camilla Cannelloni (above) and their creative Petz - Mumbo the Macaroni Dog, Spud the Spaghetti Horse and Val the Vermicelli Snakeâ (above) together in unusual circumstances, engaging with strange magical objects that have a life of their own. The songs, music and humour, told in specially invented pasta language, will engage 4-to-7 year olds in a fantasy world of friendship. The plots and messages reinforce how the Kidz are unique, with different personalities and their own needs. Each tale shows how they help each other, usually with their own individual Petz, and throughout the series we see how their personalities and friendships develop especially when encountering new characters, like the evil and huge Pasta Beasties! In The Inventing Tubes, the first Pasta Kidz (TM) adventure in a series of up to forty books, Sarah and Marc Macaroni try their hand at inventing fun objects - and get a very grumpy PastaBall to play football with. But Sarah proves that the sport is not just for boys and she tries her hand at inventing her own ball! Every highly-branded Pasta Kidz (TM) and Petz story, illustrated in beautiful, full-colour detail, contains a moral message and will both inform and entertain young readers.
- Paperback | 24 pages
- 210 x 229 x 1.27mm | 72.57g
- 06 Mar 2017
- Troubador Publishing
- Leicester, United Kingdom
About Bryony Supper
Bryony Supper trained as a professional actress at the Drama Studio, Ealing. From there she went into Repertoire, always playing comedy roles and has a wide range of experience from The Rocky Horror Picture Show to stand-up comedy and children's television - she was a regular on ITV's Gimmee Five with Ant and Dec, writing all her own material. Now, using her natural talent for comedy, she has created up to forty The Pasta Kidz(TM) and Pasta Petz adventure stories for children aged between 4 and 7.
'This is a simple, funny tale and the illustrations from Julian Bray help to bring the characters to life. We'll be interested to see what adventures are to come.' -- Over 40 and a Mum To One