Tortoise v Hare The Rematch by Preston Rutt

Tortoise v Hare The Rematch

Written by Preston Rutt
Illustrated by Ben Redlich

3+ readers   
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This is a completely brilliant, zany and laugh out loud take on the age old story of the hare and the tortoise but with a twist. With wacky characters and humorous illustrations it will delight parents and children alike.


Tortoise v Hare The Rematch by Preston Rutt

Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls, it's Race Night Live and that means it's time for the race you've all been waiting for! Tortoise vs Hare, The Rematch! Commentator Johnny Fox talks you through the big race. Sure-fire fun for sports fans everywhere, this title is illustrated by the wacky and celebrated artist, Ben Redlich, of Who Flung Dung and Cheeky Charlie fame.

About the Author

Preston Rutt

Ever since he first held a crayon, Preston Rutt has loved writing. He started by writing all over the brand new wallpaper and took things from there. Now, some 30 years, three schools, one university and six advertising agencies, later, Preston loves writing more than ever. Preston lives in Kew with his writer wife, Mel, Archie and their six cats! None of whom are the least bit interested in writing.

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24 pages


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Meadowside Children's Books

Publication date

25th February 2010




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