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The Squirrels Who Squabbled

Rachel Bright, Jim Field

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For National Curriculum Early Years, Interest age: from c 3 years, Fiction, Picture storybooks, Animal stories (Children's / Teenage), Personal & social issues: family issues (Children', Personal & social issues: siblings (Children's / T

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Two greedy squirrels learn to share, in this hilarious rhyming adventure from the bestselling creators of The Lion Inside. Perfect for competitive friends and sibling rivals!

Two greedy squirrels learn to share, in this hilarious rhyming adventure from the bestselling creators of The Lion Inside.

Greedy squirrels Cyril and Bruce both have their sights on a very special prize: THE VERY LAST NUT OF THE SEASON! As the nut bounces crazily though the forest, the squirrels race after it, between the trees, over boulders, down the river and - ARGH! - right to the edge of a waterfall! Working together might be the only way to save themselves now ...

A laugh-out-loud tale about friendship and sharing. Perfect for competitive friends and sibling rivals!

'A charming story about sharing and friendship.' Parents in Touch

'Reminiscent of Julia Donaldson.' The Sun

'Delightful to read again and again.' The Bookbag

'A truly delightful tale.' The School Librarian.

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Rachel Bright

Rachel Bright (Author)
Rachel Bright is a wordsmith, illustrator and professional thinker of happy thoughts. She has written several books for children, including Love Monster, The Lion Inside and The Koala Who Could - winner of the Evening Standard Oscar's Book Prize and the Sainsbury's Book Award. Her books have been translated into 40 languages and have sold over 2 million copies worldwide. She is also the creator of award-winning stationery and homewares range, The Brightside. Rachel lives on a farm near the seaside, with her partner and their two young daughters.

Chris Chatterton (Illustrator)
Chris Chatterton began his career in graphic design and animation, working on a variety of projects including Dr Who and CBBC's The Dumping Ground. Chris' passion for illustration then led him to pursue a career as a freelance artist, illustrating a number of children's books including Ten Minutes to Bed, Little Unicorn and Supermarket Gremlins. Originally from County Durham, Chris now lives and works in the basement studio of his house in Newcastle Upon Tyne.

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