Riff Raff Sails the High Cheese by Susan Schade


Riff Raff Sails the High Cheese by Susan Schade

Shiver me whiskers! Someone has stolen the mice pirates' most valuable loot: a great big chunk of cheese! Captain Riff Raff and the gang set out to retrieve the stolen booty, but can the cheese be seized? With colorful illustrations from Anne Kennedy and lively text from Susan Schade, Riff Raff Sails the High Cheese strengthens reading skills for beginning readers and buccaneers. Mice pirates and young readers use rhyming words and simple wordplay to solve the mystery of the missing cheese. Riff Raff Sails the High Cheese is a Level Two I Can Read book, geared for kids who read on their own but still need a little help.

About the Author

Susan Schade is the author of over forty children's books, including the Fog Mound series, written in collaboration with her husband, Jon Buller. She lives in Lyme, Connecticut. Anne Kennedy lives in Lewis Center, Ohio, with her husband, Jack, and her rescued dog, Banjo. When she's not illustrating beautiful books, Anne enjoys spending time with her horse, doing dressage, and trail riding.

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24 pages
Interest Age: From 4


Susan Schade
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Publication date

23rd October 2014



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