Badger and the Great Rescue by Suzanne Chiew

Badger and the Great Rescue

Written by Suzanne Chiew
Illustrated by Caroline Pedler


Badger and the Great Rescue by Suzanne Chiew

Little children everywhere will love this exciting, new tale of rescue, courage and friendship! The sequel to best-loved Badger and the Great Storm, this heart-warming picture book celebrates creativity and the values of being resourceful, kind, and helpful to others. When Badger and his friends find a rope, a basket, and a piece of cloth in the woods, they are quick to think of some brilliant ways of recycling them. But then they discover a mole stuck in a tree who needs their help. Can Badger come up with a clever plan to rescue their new friend in need?


A great story for problem solving and sustained shared thinking, providing opportunities for children to use their imaginations and problem solving skills to suggest their own solutions. * - EYE Magazine * Imaginations take flight in a charming picture book story that puts fun and friendship first. * - Lancashire Evening Post * A gripping tale that works alongside the plush illustrations to make a soft and cuddly feeling story that would work well as a bedtime story. * - The Book Bag * This is a real feel good tale which I know will be enjoyed by all who read it. * - Nayu's Reading Corner *

About the Author

When not immersed in children's books, Suzanne Chiew loves painting, playing the piano and long walks on the beach. Caroline Pedler illustrated her first children's book in 1999, and has lost count of how many she has illustrated since! With an MA in Illustration-Authorial Practice under her belt, she always has something creative going on. Caroline lives in a lovely village in Cornwall, where she enjoys walking her dog Bobo, meeting up with friends, and drinking copious amounts of Lady Grey tea.

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32 pages


Suzanne Chiew
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Little Tiger Press an imprint of Little Tiger Press Group

Publication date

7th January 2016



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