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The Last Chip (Paperback)
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The Last Chip (Paperback)

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£6.99
Paperback 32 Pages
Published: 11/01/2018
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Percy is a little pigeon, and he's very hungry. Life on the streets is tough, and every time he tries to get hold of a scrap of food, bigger, beefier birds bat him away. He's about to give up when someone offers him her very last chip.
A moving and uplifting story about struggle against adversity and the kindness of strangers.

10% of the profits from the sale of the book go to The Trussell Trust, supporting a network of 435 foodbanks across the UK.

Publisher: Templar Publishing
ISBN: 9781783700622
Number of pages: 32
Weight: 185 g
Dimensions: 260 x 256 x 3 mm

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“Hungry?”

A lovely picture book covering a very current issue about hunger and being homeless.
With a percentage of profits going to support UK foodbanks - so please do support this book!

Paperback edition
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“A charming story ”

I've really enjoyed Duncan Beedie's previous books so was very excited to spot 'The Last Chip' in the shop. Similar to his previous book 'The Lumberjack's Beard' this not bounces... More

Paperback edition
3 similar books recommended
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“A story with an excellent message.”

What it is to be tiny, alone and hungry. A lovely story exploring homelessness and generosity. Slightly let down for me by the seemingly computer generated illustrations.

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