A reissue of this perfect bedtime story, illustrated by Charles Fuge, one of the leading lights in children's publishing.
One night in the Silly Savannah a ludicrous Leopard is leapfrogging to bed and a hat-wearing Hyena is half asleep when all of a sudden there is a terrible racket! The animals decide to follow the noise, but they are in for a big surprise - a tiny shrew and her snoring. She is rudely awakened, only for the animals to slump into a heap fast asleep and start their own snuffling and snoring. Time for Shrew to get her own back.
Big, bold and a pleasure to read aloud. - Books For Keeps
A visual delight. - Nursery World
Giggle-inducing. Conway's tale is well-crafted. - Kirkus Review
It is a beautiful example of the quality of Charles Fuge's work.
This wildlife trail unfolds in a romp that's brightly coloured with plenty to spot and laugh at. - Junior Magazine
Full of lovely humorous touches. - School Librarian
From beginning to end this tale is a perfect gem. - Children's Literature Review