Rhinos Don't Eat Pancakes by Anna Kemp
  

Rhinos Don't Eat Pancakes

Written by Anna Kemp
Illustrated by Sara Ogilvie

3+ readers   
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Daisy’s used to her parents not listening to her – they are always too busy. But, when a big purple rhinoceros comes right into the house and eats her pancakes she feels something must be done! A vibrant and heart warming story about a very vivid imaginary friend who is just too big not to be noticed!

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Rhinos Don't Eat Pancakes by Anna Kemp

Daisy's mum and dad are always too busy to listen to a word that she says, so when, one day, she tells them that a big purple rhino has just walked into the house and taken a chomp of her pancake, guess what? That's right - nobody listens! But there's a surprise in store for Mum and Dad when they discover that a big purple rhino has gone missing from the zoo. Perhaps they should have taken more notice of what Daisy had to say. Kids will love this funny story about a little girl and her most unlikely new friend.

About the Author

Anna Kemp

Anna Kemp grew up in a street with a gang of kids and spent her childhood stickerswapping, playing pac-man and co-ordinating BMX displays. Later, she went to Oxford University to study French and Italian. She has also completed a PhD in French Women's Writing at King's College, London. The Worst Princess is her third book for Simon and Schuster.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Anna Kemp
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Publication date

28th April 2011

ISBN

9781847388773

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