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Perry Angel’s Suitcase: Kingdom of Silk 3

by Glenda Millard, Stephen Michael King

It has taken Perry Angel almost seven years to find the place where he belongs.

He arrives at the Kingdom of Silk one day on the ten-thirty express, carrying only a small and shabby suitcase embossed with five golden letters. What do those letters mean? And why won′t Perry let go of his case?

Following on from the success of The Naming of Tishkin Silk and Layla, Queen of Hearts comes this third instalment in Glenda Millard′s award-winning Kingdom of Silk series.

The Naming of Tishkin Silk was shortlisted for the 2004 NSW Premier′s Literary Awards and was an Honour book in the CBCA Children′s Book of the Year Awards. Layla, Queen of Hearts was shortlisted in the CBCA Children′s Book of the Year Awards and won the 2007 Queensland Premier′s Literary Award for best children′s book.

Perry Angel′s Suitcase was shortlisted in the NSW Premier′s Literary Awards and the WA Premier′s Literary Awards and won the CBCA Book of the Year Award for Younger Readers.



About Glenda Millard

Glenda Millard has written picture books, short stories and novels for children and young adults and has won many prestigious awards for the Kingdom of Silk series. The Naming of Tishkin Silk was shortlisted in the NSW Premier's Literary Awards and was a CBCA Honour Book. Layla Queen of Hearts was shortlisted in the CBCA Awards and won the Queensland Premier's Children's Book Award. Perry Angel's Suitcase was shortlisted in the NSW Premier's Literary Awards and WA Premier's Literary Awards and won the CBCA Book of the Year Award for Younger Readers. All the Colours  of Paradise was shortlisted in the Queensland Premier's Literary Awards.


About Stephen Michael King

Stephen Michael King is renowned worldwide for picture books like The Pocket Dogs and Where Does Thursday Go?. Books he has both written and illustrated include The Man Who Loved Boxes, Henry and Amy, Emily Loves to Bounce, and most recently Mutt Dog. Several of his books have been shortlisted by the CBCA, and they frequently appear on children's own voting lists like YABBA. Stephen has previously illustrated The Magic Violin, Follow That Lion!, Duck Sounds and The Gorilla Suit for the Aussie Nibbles range, and more recently illustrated the classic Robin Klein story: The Princess Who Hated It, for the Aussie Nibbles series.



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