July 2013, Amazon, 26 pages, ebook, Review copy
Themes: examining your surroundings, having siblings, disobeying your parents, getting into trouble, kind people lending a hand, being laughed at
Content: lots of humour
Book summary from Beanie's website
Runty, a curious little fox cub who lives in the English countryside, stumbles across It one day. Find out why, and what happens next in this rhyming poem for very young children, complete with bright, colourful pictures.
I laughed so much reading this funny tale - the illustrations are spot on with the hilarity - it's the expressions of the characters which makes me feel as if I'm watching a cartoon in slow motion. There are positive messages of not being too nosy, helping others and picking up any rubbish to keep everywhere looking nice. I confess to rereading this straight away for the sheer fun of it!
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Another animal who gets up to funny antics is Mr Tiddles in The Diabolical Mr Tiddles by Tom McLaughlin (Children's, Picture book, 10/10)