Littlenose the Hunter by John Grant
  

Littlenose the Hunter

Written by John Grant

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We introduced Littlenose to you last month and we hope you enjoyed his escapades.

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Littlenose the Hunter by John Grant

Another collection of stories about the terrible two-some! It's time for Littlenose to learn a little responsibility - so he goes hunting with the adults and is told to build the campfire. Chaos ensues when he stokes the fire a little TOO enthusiastically, but as ever he manages to redeem himself. In other stories, Littlenose manages to catch a huge salmon all by himself (but somewhat loses his appetite for it), and goes on an expedition to collect yellow bogweed from across the marsh. He also has a holiday with his clever Uncle Redhead (who turns out to have A LOT to talk about), and goes to visit his cousins - who are scared of Bigfoot! Also, Two-Eyes loses his patience when Littlenose pelts him with berries (a mammoth, like an elephant, never forgets): but how will he get his revenge?

About the Author

John Grant
John Grant originally invented Littlenose to entertain his children, but it went on to become a global success. He wrote and illustrated over 13 Littlenose books between 1968 and 1993 (published by Hodder and BBC books).

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Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

John Grant
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Publisher

Simon & Schuster Ltd

Publication date

2nd May 2006

ISBN

9781416910909

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