Rastamouse: Da Missin' Musician by Genevieve Webster, Michael De Souza
  

Synopsis

Rastamouse: Da Missin' Musician by Genevieve Webster, Michael De Souza

It's that time of year again --- time for Gladstone Brie's crucial music festival! This year, there's a special guest making an appearance with Da Easy Crew ...none other than music legend Toots. But disaster strikes when Toots doesn't show up. Where can he be? And why is Ice Popp, a keen young rapper, so quick to take his place? With the clock ticking, there's not much time to find Toots before the concert. Luckily Rastamouse is on the case! With flaps to lift on every page and a brilliant pop-up ending, children will love joining in the hunt for the truth as Rastamouse, Scratchy and Zoomer solve another puzzling mystery.

About the Author

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 children to swim, and it was his love of teaching and working with children that inspired him to pursue a career in writing.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
20 pages
Interest Age: 2

Author

Genevieve Webster, Michael De Souza
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Publisher

Campbell Books Ltd an imprint of Pan Macmillan

Publication date

13th September 2012

ISBN

9781447218555


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