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A heartwarming tale about being lost and found, starring Cat, Squirrel and Duck from the much-loved Pumpkin Soup. Something is bubbling in the old white cabin. What is in the cooking pot? Pumpkin soup, just waiting for a pipkin of salt to make it the best you’ve ever tasted! But then the salt jar smashes, and Cat, Squirrel and Duck must go to the city to buy some more. Duck, who has a habit of wandering off, promises not to get lost. But, needless to say, things don’t go quite as planned… Fans of Pumpkin Soup will be delighted by this exciting sequel, full of warm and vibrant illustrations.

“This simple lost-and-found-in-the-urban-jungle tale should win older readers with its rush-hour energy and buzzy graphics.” TES

“The rich, glowing colours give a New York-like city an oriental, almost psychedelic look… The book has an adorable quality. One of my favourites.” The Children’s Bookseller

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