'Florentine & Pig And The Lost Pirate Treasure' by Eva Katzler (Book Review)

This is an absolutely charming story that tells the tale of Florentine and her friend Pig. Imaginative and descriptive, it uses the good old fashioned medium of pretend play  to help them both find Florentine's lost Ever-So-Sparkly Button.

When they wake one morning, the discover that they can't play outside as intended as it is pouring down (clearly not my child, we'd be out in our wellies and macs!) and so they decide to dress up, which is when the disaster concerning the button happens! They end up using a map to 'sail' to the Lost Treasure Island in order to find it, and whip up a picnic basket to help them on their way (these recipes are included at the back of the book when the story has finished), and search the island high and low for the lost Ever-So-Sparkly Button.

Florentine and Pig and the Lost Pirate Treasure

'Florentine and Pig and the Lost Pirate Treasure' is published by Bloomsbury and is available as a hardback, paperback and eBook. Prices start from £6.99.

I was sent this product for the purpose of this review, my opinion is honest and unbiased.

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  1. says

    H has a Florentine and Pig book from a couple of years ago, I seem to remember a picnic and loads of recipes for cake in the back of it – such a charming series and it sounds like this one is a good one too

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