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Ralphie Meets The Queen

Susan Pokorny

A charming story of a puppy who discovers the Queen's love of corgis, and decides to meet the lady in question. Ralphie doesn't realize he faces a trip of over three thousand miles from the USA to achieve this. 

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ISBN : 978-1-84897-537-8
Published : 31/08/2017
Pages : 59
Size : 205x140mm
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Susan Pokorny

Susan Pokorny was born in Lewes, East Sussex, England. She was raised with an array of pets and ponies, including dogs, cats, rabbits and guinea pigs of all shapes and sizes. Susan joined the Sussex Police Force, stationed in Hastings, and met her husband, David - a California Highway Patrol Officer (CHP), as a pen pal from the United States. They married in Crowborough, Sussex in April 1984 and had a second wedding ceremony in the USA, in May 1984. They have three wonderful children and a great son-in-law. Susan and David rescue cats and breed Pembroke Welsh Corgis. All the characters in this book are real animals they have rescued and all their names are real. Susan currently lives in Palmdale, California, USA, with her husband and family.

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A charming story of a puppy who discovers the Queen's love of corgis, and decides to meet the lady in question. Ralphie doesn't realize he faces a trip of over three thousand miles from the USA to achieve this. Nor that he'll need to get on an aeroplane, which is no surprise given that he doesn't know what an aeroplane is.


Helped by various friends that he makes along the way, our intrepid corgi makes his adventure-filled journey across the Atlantic. He meets some amazing characters such as the ‘aristocatic' Sylvester who is bound for England ‘for some tiresome cat show, I've won every year so far. You would think that they could just post me the trophy instead ...'


The book is full of humour and many touching moments from Ralphie's sad parting with his mother to seeing a petite lady standing besides a pond outside a huge palace ...

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