Pinkie Mouse, Where are You? by Alison Green
  

Pinkie Mouse, Where are You?

Written by Alison Green
Illustrated by Deborah Allwright

3+ readers   

The Lovereading4Kids comment

This cheeky hide-and-seek story is tinged with danger as Pangolin and Pinky Mouse get in all kinds of difficulties while they play. Although they have been warned about the dangers of pythons, elephants and crocodiles, the two friends can’t resist testing just how scary they are. How they survive the scares is jauntily told in a rhyming text.

Synopsis

Pinkie Mouse, Where are You? by Alison Green

Pinkie Mouse and Pangolin are playing hide-and-squeak, but Pinkie Mouse is hiding a little bit too well Pangolin is forced to look for her in all sorts of scary places - behind an elephant's poo, inside a python's coils and even in the jaws of a hungry crocodile. In the process, he discovers that pangolins are much braver than he'd thought.

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Format

Paperback

Author

Alison Green
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Publication date

30th November 1999

ISBN

9781407110684

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