Mango & Bambang Tapir All at Sea (Book Two)
Written by Polly Faber
Illustrated by Clara Vulliamy
Part of the Mango and Bambang Series
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Polly Faber and Clara Vulliamy’s stories of Mango and her friend Bambang the tapir are absolutely charming. Mango is kind, resourceful, always there to help Bambang out of the scrapes in which he finds himself – she’s like the perfect big sister in fact, and their relationship is one of the loveliest things about the books: ‘She’s not my owner, ‘ explains Bambang at one point, ‘She’s my other half of two’. There are four separate stories in this book, all linked. Bambang discovers a talent for flamenco dancing that cheers him up, helps him escape when Dr Cynthia Prickle-Posset kidnaps him, and nearly turns his head when he’s offered a position as dancer on a cruise ship. Beautifully written and full of delightful illustrations, this is a perfect first chapter book and Mango and Bambang will find lots of friends in newly independent readers.
Bambang and Paddington share the same innocence and capacity for causing chaos, while readers will also enjoy Shirley Hughes’s Dixie O’Day books, Pugs of the Frozen North by Sarah McIntyre and Philip Reeve, and Elisabeth Beresford’s stories of the Wombles. ~ Andrea Reece
Kids love to read and so in addition to our Lovereading expert opinion some of our Lovereading4kids Reader Review Panel were also lucky enough to read and review this title. You can read their full reviews by clicking here.
- Daniel Bisland, age 8 - 'This book IS THE BEST book I’ve read. I especially liked the pictures.'
- Erica Motoc, age 9 - 'I love it and think it has awesome themes! I think that it is a very good story.'
- Sabina Beinart-Smith, age 7 - 'This book is really good because it’s about a Tapir called Bambang who loves to Flamenco dance! And anyway, who’s heard of a flamenco dancing Tapir? He talks too!'
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Mango & Bambang Tapir All at Sea (Book Two) by Polly Faber
Mango and Bambang's adventures continue in the second book of this charming illustrated series about a little girl and a tapir, written by Polly Faber and illustrated by Clara Vulliamy. Mango Allsorts is a girl good at all sorts of things, especially helping a tapir feel at home in a busy city. Bambang is that tapir and he's getting braver every day. Join then for their daring escapades, involving dogs, dancing, diamond rings and a dangerous old enemy.
Tapir All at Sea is Book Two in this brilliant series for younger readers.
Here is a trailer for the first in the series Mango & Bambang: The Not-A-Pig.
About the Author
Interest Age: From 6
More books by Polly Faber
Walker Books Ltd
3rd March 2016
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