About the Book and Author
This beautifully illustrated picture book for young children has an environmental message for humans, reminding them of the importance of sharing our planet and not being greedy so all the animals can retain their homes too.
This amusing and thought-provoking story has been written by Sheryl Webster, illustrated by Helen Shoesmith and is published by Oxford University Press.
I like it because when the mean people chop down the animals homes the animals move into the people's homes and cars because they have nowhere to live
Edith’s Mum says: This is a lovely book with a great message about conservation, but it is told in a fun way to help young children to understand the importance of protecting the environment and the world we live in.
I n summary it is a really lovely story to read with some beautifully illustrated pictures which helped bring it to life for my daughter.
I would say it’s aimed at 3 – 5 year olds and will appeal to people who enjoy reading something a bit different.
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- Name: Edith
- Age: 3 years
- Likes: swimming, Lego and outdoor play
- Dislikes: the dark and loud noises
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