Rastamouse and Da Bag-a Bling by Genevieve Webster, Michael De Souza
  

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Rastamouse and Da Bag-a Bling by Genevieve Webster, Michael De Souza

A bling-lovin' baddy to catch? All in a day's work for Rastamouse and the Easy Crew! One of the three original Rastamouse picture books that preceded the hugely popular CBeebies television series, Rastamouse and Da Bag-a Bling sees President Wensley Dale at his wits end. The baby mice have gone missing from the orphanage! Bagga Trouble has hip-hop-notized them with his happenin vibes and lured them away to his hide-out, and now he's demanding a big bag of bling in return for their release. Luckily Rastamouse has a plan to track him down...

About the Author

Genevieve Webster studied Graphics and Illustration at Canterbury and Norwich Schools of Art before moving to London in 1988. She has worked in children's books for over twenty years. It was Genevieve's passion for language and dialect and her love of Caribbean culture that inspired her to co-create Rastamouse. Michael de Souza left his native Trinidad to join his parents in London in 1960. He has spent most of the last fifteen years teaching swimming and working with children, and it was this that inspired Michael to pursue a career in writing.

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Format

Paperback
40 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Genevieve Webster, Michael De Souza
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Publisher

Publication date

2nd August 2012

ISBN

9781447216964


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