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It's Little Rabbit's first day at school. He decides his favourite toy, Charlie Horse, wants to start school too, so they set off together. Before they've even got to school, Charlie Horse has made Little Rabbit eat his whole packed lunch and then proceeds to create mischief all day - galloping when he should be listening and jumping in the cake mix. Little Rabbit gets very upset when Charlie Horse leads him away from his new friends on a nature walk and they find themselves all alone in the wood ... But Little Rabbit's teacher and friends find them and Little Rabbit goes home happy, looking forward to his next day at school - having decided Charlie Horse isn't ready to start school and can stay at home!
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Every spring, the Chinese New Year is heralded by noise and sound. A young girl, frightened into sleeplessness by the celebrations outside, takes comfort in her grandmother's wise, soothing words as she tells the story of the origins of the Chinese New Year.About the Author:
Harry Horse has written and illustrated several children's books - including The Last Polar Bears and The Last Gold Diggers, winner of a Smarties Prize. In 2003 he won the Scottish Arts Council Children's Book Award for Little Rabbit Lost. He is also well-known as a political cartoonist - for the New Yorker, the Guardian, Scotland on Sunday and The Scotsman. Harry lives in Shetland with his wife Mandy, cat, Steve and dog, Roo, the star of many of his books.
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Book Description Puffin Books, 2005. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0140568948
Book Description Puffin, 2005. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0140568948