Why? by Tracey Corderoy

The Good Book Guide logo The Good Book Guide Review. Archie is a little rhino with lots of questions. However, his questions often cause mess. So, his parents take him to the museum to see if it will help. After the visit, Archie goes quiet, so they think he has run out of questions, but early next morning they realise that this is not the case. This is a wonderfully engaging look at childhood curiosity. (Ages 2–5)
~ Andrea Rayner


Why? by Tracey Corderoy

Archie is a rhino with a LOT of questions. He wants to know everything: Why glue is so sticky? Why do dropped things go SMASH? If only finding out was a little less messy…  Everybody's much-loved rhino returns in this brand-new sequel to No! from the wonderful Tracey Corderoy (Shifty McGifty and Slippery Sam and The Little White Owl) and award-winning Tim Warnes (I Don't Want to Go to Bed). Brimming with gorgeous illustrations, this warm, funny book is guaranteed to become a firm favourite. A must for all families with curious toddlers who just love to ask WHY?

About the Author

Tracey Corderoy

Tracey Corderoy was born in South Wales and now lives in Gloucestershire with her family and a whole host of cute-but-naughty pets. Tracey began writing in 2006. In the first five years of her writing career she published an impressive fifteen books. She is a trained teacher but with a head happily crammed with countless ideas and stories for children.

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32 pages
Interest Age: From 3


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Publication date

7th July 2014



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