The Great Paper Caper

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HarperCollins Publishers Limited, Apr 1, 2009 - Deforestation - 38 pages
18 Reviews

When life in the forest begins to change; when trees mysteriously lose their branches, when whole tree trunks start to disappear, when homes are lost, the only course of action for the forest dwellers is to begin a full scale investigation. Alibis must be proved, clues must be sought but even so, blame is never far from anyone's thoughts.Who is the perpetrator of this heinous crime? Will justice be done?

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The illustrations are fantastic. - Goodreads
His visuals and creativity continue to entertain. - Goodreads
The illustrations in this book are excellent. - Goodreads
The illustrations are unusual and very engaging. - Goodreads
Sometimes there are multiple illustrations per page. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Katie Chadwick - Goodreads

As I read The Great Paper Caper I thought it was clever that on almost every page while the other creatures are investigating you see the bear in the background cutting down branches and trees ... Read full review

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User Review  - Pat Watkins - Goodreads

This book invites the reader to help solve the mystery of a disappearing forest. The illustrations are also full of mystery, with characters fully developed except for their legs. Further, their legs ... Read full review

About the author (2009)

Oliver Jeffers graduated from The University of Ulster in 2001 with First Class honours. His outstanding talent has been recognised by several high-profile awards, including the Nestlé Children's Book Prize Gold Award. 'Lost and Found' animation was broadcast on Channel 4. Oliver lives and works in Brookyln, New York.

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