The comedic duo return for more laugh-out-loud fun in their third outing together. Look out, look out, there’s a killer owl about and it will gobble you up and burp out your bones. Or at least that is what Rabbit is convinced is going to happen.
Rabbit and Bear are enjoying a peaceful summertime dip in the lake when a mysterious thing splashes into the lake and makes it the worst day ever. But what is this thing? Is it hideous or harmless? It is ferocious or friendly? Is it a killer or kind? Rabbit is sure he has all the answers and even if he doesn’t he can always count on Bear.
Get ready for lots of shouting, even more exaggeration and a creature whose habits are more disgusting than Rabbit’s. The two friends are back in a read that is packed with humour, important messages about friendship, first impressions and acceptance, and a big dollop of blueberry poo.
An ideal read for emerging readers, especially those transitioning from picture books to chapter books. The story is easy to follow and features a setting and characters that are familiar. Great for reading aloud to children of 5+ and for young confident readers to read independently.
Recommended for 5+.