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Bold lions love roar, roar, roaring, While cubs play - racing, chasing ...Young children will love meeting all the wild and wonderful animals in this fun-packed picture-book safari, with galloping zebras, prowling tigers, water-squirting elephants, jumping kangaroos and more! With bright, bold artwork and bouncy rhyming text.

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Product details

  • Paperback | 32 pages
  • 243.84 x 269.24 x 5.08mm | 204.12g
  • Hachette Children's Group
  • ORCHARD BOOKS
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • colour illustrations
  • 1846164885
  • 9781846164880
  • 25,104

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A cheerful and colourful book for young children Child Education

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About Margaret Mayo

Margaret Mayo is an acclaimed storyteller and author of several bestselling children's titles. A former teacher, she uses her wide-ranging experience with children in her writing. She lives in Brighton. Alex Ayliffe is a well-known children's book illustrator, whose distinctive papercut illustrations have great child appeal. Her board book Boo Barney won the Sainsbury's Baby Book Award.

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Review Text

Eleven species of wild animals frolic in their habitats. Two-page spreads in vividly bright colors depict animal groups engaging in their favorite activities. While the biggest lion roars, the cubs are "racing, chasing, scrambling." Zebras gallop in a herd against a setting sun, monkeys swing through the trees and pandas munch on bamboo leaves. There are also elephants, tigers, giraffes, hippos, leopards, kangaroos and bears. A final spread shows all the included animals in a single landscape. Mayo's text is simple but catchy in its repeated gerunds. Ayliffe's cut-paper illustrations nearly jump off the page - their simplicity might encourage young listeners to make their own pictures with cut outs - and each spread is an appealing riot of color. Should attract the very young, who might get the mistaken idea that kangaroos, panda bears and lions all live near each other. (Picture book. 2-5) (Kirkus Reviews)

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