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by Catherine Walters,Patrick Cooper


Patrick Cooper (Author), Catherine Walters (Illustrator). However, the final message, "Never trust a squirrel," is confusing.

Patrick Cooper (Author), Catherine Walters (Illustrator). It also sends a questionable message about taking responsibility for one's own actions.

Never Trust a Squirrel book. Luckily, restless little William has a very resourceful mother

Never Trust a Squirrel book. William the guinea pig is sure that life is more fun outside. Luckily, restless little William has a very resourceful mother. Catherine Walters is the creator of such beloved animal characters as Buster in The Dog Who Found Christmas and Alfie the bear cub in When Will It Be Spring? Patrick Cooper has worked in children's theater as a director, writer, and puppeteer.

Never trust a squirrel! by. Cooper, Patrick. Walters, Catherine, 1965-. Guinea pigs - Pictorial works - Juvenile fiction, Squirrels - Pictorial works - Juvenile fiction. London : Little Tiger.

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Stella the squirrel's invitation to explore is more tempting than his mother's stern warnings of danger, so off he goes

Stella the squirrel's invitation to explore is more tempting than his mother's stern warnings of danger, so off he goes. He soon finds himself abandoned by Stella and pursued by a hungry fox. Thanks to his mother, the young guinea pig eventually ends up safe at home. It is difficult to determine the purpose of this book. It doesn't work as a story of adventure and danger as the stilted narration does not create a sense of excitement.

Never Trust a Squirrel. Author: Patrick Cooper Illustrations: Catherine Walters. William the guinea pig is bored, but he brightens up when a lively squirrel called Stella calls on him. She tells him what fun it is in the world outside his hutch. Never trust a squirrel," his mother warns him, but when Stella nibbles open the door of his hutch so that he can escape, William ignores his mother's words, and runs happily after the cheeky squirrel into the wood

Never Trust a Squirrel!-Patrick Cooper, Catherine Walters.

Never Trust a Squirrel!-Patrick Cooper, Catherine Walters.

Catherine Walters, also known as "Skittles" (13 June 1839 – 5 August 1920), was a fashion trendsetter and one of the last of the great courtesans of Victorian London. Walters' benefactors are rumoured to have included intellectuals, leaders of political parties, aristocrats and a member of the British Royal Family.

Owomed
Let's face it, even though squirrels seem like cute furry woodland creatures, that's just a disguise. Squirrels are evil mammals bent on world domination and can never be trusted. It's so wonderful to find a children's book that not only discusses this concept, but supports it.
NEVER TRUST A SQUIRREL! is about a young guinea-pig who fails to listen to the advice of his mother and goes wondering in the woods with a squirrel. When a sly fox shows up, the squirrel abandons the guinea-pig and what follows is a story of love and a lesson in parental obedience.
This is a great book and the kids I used to teach in preschool loved it. The illustrations are lively and full of natural color, augmenting each scene they accompany.
Hawk Flying
This is a sweet story your child will enjoy if they have a pet guinea pig. It is slow moving, predictable and mildly preachy. However, the subject matter is cute and the artwork is attractive so it is an enjoyable book for my 4 year old.
MrRipper
At a time when there is a huge selection for buyers of children's books to choose from, it is surprisingly rare to find a really good story at an appropriate level. This book was a delightful surprise. I bought it for the 4/5 year olds in my preschool class, and it was an instant success. The children found the story absorbing and were not concerned that a squirrel is an alien species here. I recommend this book to parents, teachers and the young children for whom it has been written.
Never Trust a Squirrel! ebook
Author:
Catherine Walters,Patrick Cooper
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EPUB size:
1747 kb
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1968 kb
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1950 kb
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Publisher:
Magi Publications (October 1999)
Pages:
32 pages
Rating:
4.7
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