Rhino Rumpus by Victoria AllenbyRhino Rumpus by Victoria Allenby

Rhino Rumpus

byVictoria AllenbyIllustratorTara Anderson

Reinforced Library Binding | September 27, 2016

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Three little rhinos are having trouble getting along as Mama tries to coax them through the evening routine. Will they fidget, fuss, and fight right up until bedtime? Or will their Mama’s love help them find some common ground? Victoria Allenby and Tara Anderson, the award-winning author-illustrator team behind Nat the Cat Can Sleep Like That, return with a lively story that will warm the heart of any frazzled parent. Children will find mischievous delight in the young rhinos’ misbehaviour, told in bouncing rhyme and energetic illustrations that blend true rhino form with an imaginative setting. And ultimately they, like the rhino siblings, may be inspired to acknowledge and reward their parents’ patient love.
Victoria Allenby has been writing poetry and stories for as long as she can remember. Her debut picture book, Nat the Cat Can Sleep Like That, won the 2014 Preschool Reads Award and was nominated for the 2015 SYRCA Shining Willow Award. Timo's Garden was a New York Public Library Best Books for Kids & Teens selection. A freelance write...
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Title:Rhino RumpusFormat:Reinforced Library BindingDimensions:24 pages, 9.25 × 10.25 × 0.4 inPublished:September 27, 2016Publisher:Pajama Press Inc.Language:English

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ISBN - 10:1927485967

ISBN - 13:9781927485965

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One little rhino in a mood.Two little rhinos acting rude.Three little rhinos tussling, fighting.Mama rhino cries, "No biting!"

Editorial Reviews

The fun story is replete with lovely, large-size drawings of young rhinos at play: the very young picture book readers will relish these lively images and the very easy read. - Midwest Book Review - 20170417