The Giraffe Who Got in a Knot by John Bush
  

Synopsis

The Giraffe Who Got in a Knot by John Bush

A picture book with rhyming text. In the heat of the African sun, Cardwell the giraffe sees a camel thorn tree and can't resist a nibble. He tucks in so enthusiastically that he gets his neck tied up in a knot, and the other jungle animals have to rise to the challenge of untying him.

About the Author

John Bush, is not a man who enjoys the spotlight. He did not agree to be photographed for this page. Little did we know this would mean hiding under a hat and behind some ridiculous spectacles and a false moustache. The soft toy snake doubling as an exotic hat band is named Crush, after the python in The Warthog’s Tail, and is John’s constant companion when writing stories.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

John Bush
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Publisher

Red Fox an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

2nd February 1989

ISBN

9780099596202


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