Newspaper Boy and Origami Girl

Publisher: Andersen Press

Every day Joey stands on the street corner trying to sell newspapers and at night he sleeps on the streets. When some bullies steal Joey’s money he is amazed to see the papers leap from his bag in the form of Origami Girl who chases the bullies away. With the help of Origami Girl’s skills, together they embark on an amazing adventure to find the bullies and bring them to justice.

This is an exciting and imaginative adventure story accompanied by Michael Foreman’s wonderful illustrations. With an unusual heroine, this book has appeal not only for young children but also for parents and carers scouring their picture book collection for something a little bit different.

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