- Animal Tales - bundles of fur, fluff and fun
A charming full colour red Early Reader from BLUE PETER BOOK AWARD-winning author, Lauren St John.
So nice and rich
It was sad because a hippo was running out of water.
Sergeant Hercules Teacup 15.08.2019
This book teaches young children to respect animals of different countries and as a lot of us know Africa is one of the most poor countries on earth
Director Angora Peanut-butter 22.07.2019
this book tells you about are world and about pollution and people throughing junk in the water and animals dieing
Director Ariel Bouncy-castle 20.07.2019
Because mercy helped Hippo but villagers laughed at her
Doctor Angel Moonbeam 19.07.2019
It was sad.
Prince Sandwich Teabag 07.08.2018
Mercy helped Clara and Clara helped Mercy.The story tells that if we are kind to nature , nature will be kind to us.
I thought this was a great reading book. I really enjoyed it. I learnt about the importance of water for animals and plants to be able to live.
This book had a chain of friendship with an animal and friendship is really important for children
I like this book so much. and I like drawing's in this book.
I loved it!
I like Mercy and the hippo because it teaches children to not be cruel to animals. And if you treat animals respectfully good things will happen to you.
i think this book is better for little kids. it is kind of short for me. But it is nice and I like it. I give it 4 stars
its about a girl who was kind to nature.
It tells you to look after animals and be nice to them. It was really good.
sis loved it
Mercy and her little brother Zane went to the well and brought two buckets of water for Clara the hippo and one bucket for them. One day the villagers took all of Clara's water. Then the next day there was a storm and the villagers said Clara got washed away.
It was a bit sad.
I liked this book because the brother and the sister persevere to get the water to the hippo, so it saves its life, and now he is happy. I gave it two stars because it is too young for a six year old and would be much better for a four year old.