You're a Hero, Daley B!
Written by Jon Blake
Illustrated by Axel Scheffler
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This is an hilarious picture book about a rabbit with an identity crisis from the illustrator of the Gruffalo. Can you guess what type of animal Daley B is before he realises himself? Join him and find out as he tries out places to live and things to eat. Very funny...
You're a Hero, Daley B! by Jon Blake
Daley B is full of questions. He doesn't know what sort of animal he is, where he should live, what he should eat or why he has such big feet. He decides to live in a tree and eat acorns, but he still doesn't know why his feet are so big. Then, one day, there is panic in the woodland. The wicked weasel Jazzy D is on her way - and she eats rabbits! But Daley B is unperturbed - and when Jazzy D attacks, he finally finds a use for his big feet and kicks her. He also finds out what he is - a hero.
About the Author
Interest Age: From 3
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Walker Books Ltd
5th April 2012
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