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Product Description

Is biggest always best? Find out in this riotous rhyme with a fold-out finale! Ready, steady – GO! The race is on, and the animals are in it to win it. Rex Rhino roars along in his digger, Charlie Cheetah zooms by in his super-fast motor, and Holly Hornet whizzes right up to the sky in her jet! Whoopee! They all think they’ve got the best vehicle – especially Rex Rhino in his huge digger. Little Jack Gerbil isn’t big at all. Nor is his teeny-tiny scooter. But when Jack wows the crowd with his gravity-defying tricks, it looks like small might be best after all!

  • An exuberant picture book rhyme with a fold-out ending
  • Lou Kuenzler is the best-loved author of Eat Your People!
  • Her fiction includes Shrinking Violet and Bella Broomstick
  • Inspiring message that small people can do big things

Product Details

Catalogue number

32 in ISBC EU September Primary 2017

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781407173337

Date published

July 6th, 2017

Other details
  • 32 pages
Condition

New

UK edition

Author/Illustrator

Lou Kuenzler

Lou Kuenzler was brought up on Dartmoor and moved to Northern Ireland to study theatre. She went on to work as a theatre director, drama lecturer and workshop leader. Lou now lives in London with her husband and their two children. www.loukuenzler.com @LouKuenzler

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