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Sunday, 22 June 2014

Mighty Mo by Alison Brown

Mighty Mo

At the Golden Dodo Zoo, Mo the raccoon is bored, bored, bored. There must be something amazing he can do! It certainly isn't making ice-creams or blowing up balloons...But when Big Ron the robber starts causing trouble, it's up to mighty Mo to save the day! This hilarious story about an unlikely hero will appeal to any child with a sense of adventure. Keep your little superhero entertained with these bright, lively illustrations from the talented Alison Brown (Eddie and Dog) - perfect for fans of Claire Freedman's Superkid.

I can not think of another children's book that I have read where the main character is a racoon - and now there is 'Mighty Mo'. He lives in Golden Dodo Zoo where rhinos skate on ice, gorillas bake spectacular cakes and where one small raccoon causes chaos! 

This is a fun story who's central character is a raccoon who does everything in a whirlwind! The story is one which children will love and the illustrations which accompany it are also drawn by Alison Brown and they are fun, colourful and capture the cheekiness and chaos that Mo takes with him everywhere.

This book is part of the Little Tiger Press's Reading Rocks campaign. 

Thank you to the publishers, Little Tiger Press, for sending me the book to review.

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