Toppsta - Childrens Books – Reviews

The Wildest Day at the Zoo

by

The Wildest Day at the Zoo Reviews | Toppsta

Book Rating: 5 based on 1
1 Review
Write a Review

The loveable animals and their keepers at Melton Mowbray Zoo are back! Everyone has recovered from the disastrous weekend when the heating broke and Mr Pickles, the zoo director, asked all the keepers to take their animal home for the weekend. In fact, so much so, that a feeling of nonchalence pervades - the animals have been teamed with the same keepers for years and quite frankly it's become rather boring. So. in a bid to liven things up, the keepers decide to swap animals for the day and, as you can imagine this makes for some lively antics!

Told in Alan's inimitable dead-pan voice this is another very charming and extremely funny story brought to life by Ben Cort's hugely imaginative illustrations.

The Wildest Day at the Zoo Reviews | Toppsta

9780141319339

Share on

Featured Book
Pop!: Fizzy drinks. A trillion dollars. The adventure that ends with a bang.
Pop!: Fizzy drinks. A trillion dollars. The adventure that ends with a bang.

BOOK OF THE MONTH: Mitch Johnson, bestselling author of Kick is back with another action-packed adventure about the power of courage. For ages 9+

View book
Featured Books

Videos

If you would like to provide a video review please sign up to our video panel.

Category

See More General fiction

Sign up to our newsletter for...

Free Book Giveaways, Recommendations & more

Show More (0)
ajax loader

REVIEWER'S AGE

   
Age 6
Featured Book
Pop!: Fizzy drinks. A trillion dollars. The adventure that ends with a bang.
Pop!: Fizzy drinks. A trillion dollars. The adventure that ends with a bang.

BOOK OF THE MONTH: Mitch Johnson, bestselling author of Kick is back with another action-packed adventure about the power of courage. For ages 9+

View book
Featured Books

About Alan Rusbridger

Alan Rusbridger lives in London with a family that includes, a wife, two daughters, a dog called Angus and a cat called Retro. He has forgotten why the cat is called Retro. He also edits the Guardian.


A story of approx 5000 words for the Young Puffin series.

More about Alan Rusbridger

Ratings

  • (1 Reviews)
  • (0 Reviews)
  • (0 Reviews)
  • (0 Reviews)
  • (0 Reviews)