Midnight at the Zoo by Faye Hanson
  

Synopsis

Midnight at the Zoo by Faye Hanson

Max and Mia are very excited about their school trip to the zoo. But when they arrive not much is happening; the zebra is asleep, the lions are hiding and they can't even see a monkey. Max and Mia make the best of it - after all, if you look very carefully there is something to see everywhere. Then they fall too far behind everyone else ...and are locked in the zoo at night! What they didn't realise is that midnight is time the zoo comes alive. Flamingos are doing the flamenco, the lions dance till dawn and the pandas have a party. Illustrated in Faye Hanson's magnificently detailed style, this is an exciting new book from the writer and illustrator of The Wonder.

About the Author

Faye Hanson graduated from Cambridge School of Art in 2008. Her first book, a novelty title called The Wychwood Fairies was published in 2010.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
48 pages

Author

Faye Hanson
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Publisher

Templar Publishing

Publication date

14th July 2016

ISBN

9781783703272


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