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Product description

Huge. Grey. Round. With a pitted surface. No, that’s not the moon. It’s a hippo in orbit! David Walliams, Tony Ross and these funny hippos all know how to dream BIG. Do you? Two hippos both want to be first to the moon. Sheila is straight from the swamp: backed by good friends, a home-made rocket and lots of pluck. But her rival, Hercules Waldorf-Franklin III, has tons of dosh and a super-snazzy space shuttle. Take a guess: who will win this space race? A book with everything: brilliant pictures, a crazy story, rockets, hippos and a touching message. If you have a dream, you can fulfil it. (Especially if you fart and cheat a little.)

Product Details

Format

Hardback

ISBN

9780007494002

Publisher

HarperCollins

Date published

October 20th, 2014

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 2.9; Lower years; 0.5 points

Condition

New

UK edition

Author/Illustrator

David Walliams

Tony Ross

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What kids think

  1. pinkblob27
    on 21 January 2017

    i want to read this

  2. olaf88
    on 15 March 2015

    sounds funny