High in the clouds

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Dutton Children's Books, Oct 3, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 91 pages
17 Reviews
Forced to leave his woodland home, destroyed by the expansion plans of the evil Gretsch, Wirral the squirrel vows to find the fabled land of Animalia, where all the animals are said to live in freedom and without fear. Aided and abetted by Froggo the hot-air-ballooning frog, Wilhamina the plucky red squirrel, and Ratsy the streetwise rodent, Wirral's personal quest turns into a full-blown plan to save enslaved animals Everywhere -- a plan that is fraught with danger.

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User Review  - Jamie Tedesco - Goodreads

The idea if the story was a good one and I appreciated the real life story telling but there was way too much going on in the story and very little character development. It was hard to tell if the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jana Ruck - Goodreads

This story is really different, however our kids love it, it took couple of night to read it, our small boy didn't want anything else. The story is full of adventure, characters are interesting and funny for kids, even I enjoyed reading this book. The right book for small boys :) Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
18
Section 3
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About the author (2005)

Sir Paul McCartney is one of the most admired contemporary poets and songwriters. He lives in England.

Over six and a half feet tall, with a bushy beard, Philip Ardagh is not only very big but also very hairy. He is the author of the Eddie Dickens Trilogy and when not writing silly books, Mr. Ardagh is quite serious and frowns a great deal. He lives in a seaside town somewhere in England with his wife, and their son, Fred. Mr. Ardagh is currently collaborating with Sir Paul McCartney on a book due out in 2005.
Visit Philip Ardagh at his website: www.philipardaghbooks.com