Sunday, 5 February 2012

Stunt Bunny: Medal Mayhem by Tamsyn Murray (Children's, 5 years +)

February 2012, Simon and Schuster
144 pages, Paperback
Review copy

Themes: clever bunny, olympic theme, friendly & not so friendly competition, old enemy, tea makes one stronger, lots of laughs

Summary from Simon and Schuster
Harriet Houdini is going for gold in the London Animalympics! Hearing that Superpets is going to be part of an international Olympics for animals, Harriet fancies her chances at bringing home some medals. She goes into training with a world famous athlete and brings a whole new meaning to the hop-skip-and-jump of the triple jump. But not everyone wants to see Harriet win, least of all The Great Maldini, and she has to take some unconventional transport to make to the Animalympics final.

Nayuleska's thoughts
What I like most about Harriet is her take on what other animals are like, especially the tabby tornado which is what my family call my cat. Harriet has a knack for doing well in things because of the actions her opponants take. Just as Harriet got gold, I'm giving it 10/10

You can find out more about Harriet and Tamsyn on her website.

Suggested read
Make sure you check out Harriet's adventures which start with Stunt Bunny: Showbiz Sensation (Fourth review down)

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