The President’s Glasses

 9.50

by Peter Donnelly

‘A lovely story’ Ryan Tubridy

‘An unmissably cute work’ Sunday Business Post

‘Perfect for all the family’ Today FM

‘Destined to be a modern classic’ Offset

The President’s Glasses

The president has some VERY important documents to sign at Dublin Castle, but without his glasses, how will he do it?

Luckily, the presidential pigeon knows exactly what’s happened and follows the presidential car to Dublin Castle, taking in a bird’s eye view of the city on his way. But the pigeon gets stuck in traffic on O’Connell Street … meets some tourists taking selfies … and even beats a Viking ship in a boat race!

Will he ever catch up with the president to deliver his glasses in time?

About the Author

Peter Donnelly is an Irish author and award-winning illustrator. His debut picture book The President’s Glasses was a No. 1 bestseller. His second book, The President’s Cat won the Children’s Book of the Year at the Irish Book Awards. Peter lives and works in Dublin.

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Weight 0.3 kg
Dimensions 12.8 × 2.6 × 19.7 cm

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