This charming tale neatly tackles a number of situations that young readers will recognise and relate to. -- Ibby UK
This empowering, super-cute read is a must for all children, whether they feel like the odd-one-out or not. -- BookTrust
The story of a walrus and a narwhal, who, with the help of a beluga, discover that being different can be cool!
Wilfred Walrus and Neville Narwhal are the only kids in Miss Blubber's class who are not seals. Life is tough being the odd ones out - lunchtimes and football matches and school photos all present challenges to the two outliers. And they don't even like each other very much!
When Betty Beluga joins the class, everything changes. Betty is smart and independent and amazing at football. As a friendship forms, Betty helps the two boys to recognise that being different isn't always a bad thing!
A warm, funny tale about friendship and fitting in that school-aged children are sure to identify with. Isabella Bunnell's joyous watercolour illustrations are complimented by luxuriant packaging.
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Isabella Bunnell: Isabella is an emerging illustration talent living and working in London. Her work has featured on textiles, clothing ranges by Boden, and in publications including Creative Review and Graphik Magazine.
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