Mitford at the Fashion Zoo

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Mitford at the Fashion Zoo

Mitford at the Fashion Zoo

  • Author : Donald Robertson
  • ISBN : 0698194217
  • Category : Juvenile Fiction
  • Publisher : Penguin
  • Pages : 40
  • Release Date : 2015-08-11

“I really love that giraffe… I would definitely be interested in playing Mitford when the inevitable movie comes out.”—Gwendolyn Christie, “Brienne of Tarth” from Game of Thrones “It’s at once a gentle satire of the fashion world and story intended to inspire kids to stay positive and follow their dreams.”—Wall Street Journal "Since his humble baby beginnings on Instagram, Mitford has gone on to grace J. Crew’s kids tees and more recently, the walls at French boutique Colette during Paris Fashion Week, and now, he’s getting his very own book: Mitford at the Fashion Zoo.” —InStyle.com “Sassy and inspiringly drawn: a funny, captivating treat for the eyes and imagination.”—Kirkus Reviews Mitford is a giraffe. But not your everyday, live-on-the-savannah giraffe. Mitford lives in the city. But not your everyday, filled-with-people city. This city is filled with animals. Animals who like to dress up, especially the animals who work at COVER magazine. Mitford would do ANYTHING to work there. But first Mitford must prove himself. Can Mitford survive the Fashion Zoo?!

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