Jessica Strange

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Hodder Children's Division, Sep 1, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Jessica Strange doesn't look like her brothers and sisters. She begins to suspect that she is not a mouse and goes on a tour of the farmyard to see if any of the other animals can help her out. Madam Butterfly thinks she must be a cow as she has four legs, but Mrs. Cow thinks she is an ant as she is so small. Will she ever find out what she really is?

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About the author (2008)

Malorie Blackman's titles include Naughts & Crosses and Knife's Edge. She was shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal and has won the Young Telegraph Children’s Book Award. Alison Bartlett is the illustrator of such titles as The Two-by-Two BandOliver's Milkshake, and Oliver’s Vegetables for which she won the Macmillan Prize.

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