Princess Penny And The Pea - And Equality Fairytale Book

Princess Penny And The Pea - And Equality Fairytale Book

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Reading Age: 3 - 6 years.

It's not easy being a princess.

There are so many rules. Penny just wants to have fun like everyone else.

Find out what happens when an unexpected dinner guest leads to a number of zany trials and challenges.

A tale that questions whether our differences should determine how we are treated.

Created by Olly Pike, Pop'n'Olly is an LGBTQ+ equality educational resource used by children, parents, carers and teachers. Our videos and books are used in primary schools across the UK, and beyond, to teach about equality, diversity and acceptance. It 'usualises' different types of people, particularly those who may be LGBTQ+, and ultimately aims to combat homo-, bi- and transphobia before it can even begin.

Author: Olly Pike
Format: Paperback
Pages: 48
ISBN: 9780993340758

We understand that some people need to be discreet. Everything we send out is in plain packaging with no reference to Gay Pride Shop.

UK Orders

We only send things Royal Mail 24 (First Class). We find 99% of orders arrive in 1-2 working days.

Orders under £40 can't be tracked, but do have a barcode on which Royal Mail scan on delivery.

Orders over £40 are sent with full tracking.

International Orders

Deliveries to some countries are still taking longer than normal due to the reduction of flights carrying cargo and deliveries around the world.

Some international orders arrive in around 5 days (mostly to Europe) and some take 2 months.

There are also sometimes customs delays.

We can not be held responsible if your order does not arrive for a certain date.

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