Albert's Raccoon

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Kingfisher, 2009 - Children's stories - 48 pages
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Run for cover ‚e" there‚e(tm)s a raccoon loose in the sweet factory! Albert‚e(tm)s new pet, Rocky the raccoon, can‚e(tm)t resist interfering with anything mechanical. He turns the toaster into a spaghetti machine, and the washing-machine into a scrambled-egg maker. Albert‚e(tm)s parents are not impressed ‚e" the raccoon must go! Then Albert smuggles Rocky into his father‚e(tm)s sweet factory ‚e" on the very day Mr Caramel Chew, owner of the world‚e(tm)s largest chain of sweetshops, is coming on an inspection . . .

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About the author (2009)

Karen Wallace was born in Canada and grew up in the backwoods of Quebec, but moved to the UK when she was 11 years old. She worked in publishing for several years before becoming a full time writer in 1991. She has had over 100 books published by Macmillan, Simon & Schuster, Collins and OUP. In 2002 she was nominated for the Guardian Children‚e(tm)s Fiction Prize for her beautifully simple memoir, RASPBERRIES ON THE YANGTZE. Karen has another title in the I AM READING series, OOH LA LA LOTTIE! She lives in Kington, Herefordshire. Graham Percy is a prestigious artist with a strong international reputation. His many best-selling titles include THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS and A CUP OF STARSHINE (Walker). Most recently, he published his own alphabet book with Random House US. Graham lives in south west London.

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