The Great Paper Caper

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Philomel Books, Jan 22, 2009 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 40 pages
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The animals? homes are disappearing. Tree by tree, the forest is being cut down. Clues! There must be clues. For instance, look?there is a mysterious bear carrying an ax! But what would a bear want with so many trees? Perhaps the discarded paper airplanes littering the forest floor have a story to tell?

Oliver Jeffers? quirky, childlike humor and lovable illustrations are in full effect in this funny whodunit featuring a winning cast of animals and a message about the importance of conservation and recycling.

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I love Oliver Jeffers's books! The Great Paper Caper features a group of forest animals trying to figure out where their trees are going and, in the background, a bear that is going to enter a paper ... Read full review

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I love Oliver Jeffers's books! The Great Paper Caper features a group of forest animals trying to figure out where their trees are going and, in the background, a bear that is going to enter a paper ... Read full review

About the author (2009)

 Oliver Jeffers (www.oliverjeffersworld.com) makes art and tells stories. His books include How to Catch a Star; Lost and Found, which was the recipient of the prestigious Nestle Children’s Book Prize Gold Award in the U.K. and was later adapted into an award-winning animated film; The Way Back Home; The Incredible Book Eating Boy; The Great Paper Caper; The Heart and the Bottle, which was made into a highly acclaimed iPad application narrated by Helena Bonham Carter; Up and Down, the New York Times bestselling Stuck; The Hueys in the New Sweater, a New York Times Best Illustrated Book of the Year; and This Moose Belongs to Me, a New York Times bestseller. Originally from Belfast, Northern Ireland, Oliver now lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.
 

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