But just when Arthur can't take it anymore, Mister P, a polar bear with a suitcase, shows up on Arthur’s doorstep... so Arthur invites him in. Though Mister P is enormous and clumsy, and a little bit unpredictable, it's clear he's not dangerous. In fact, he seems to be there to be a friend, and immediately makes life way more fun! But is Mister P there for good? And can he help Arthur get what he wants?
This funny, fresh, accessible story is full of heart and tackles themes of autism, jealousy, friendship, and family -- and will make readers wish for their own polar bear ally!
AuthorBy Maria Farrer, Illustrated by Daniel Rieley
ImprintSky Pony Press
Published7 November 2017
Dimensions5.50 x 8.25in.
About the author
Maria Farrer trained as a speech therapist and teacher and has worked in hospitals and schools. She later completed an MA in Writing for Young People. She has had several books for young readers published in the UK. She lives in Somerset, United Kingdom.
Daniel Rieley is a freelance illustrator. He is inspired by animals (the wild kind), French cinema, and surfing, among other things. He lives in London, United Kingdom.