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- DescriptionMr Tanner the farmer pollutes his farm and mistreats his animals, leading them to stage a rebellion. They build an intergalactic space rocket to take them up into the clean, clear skies, far away from those who are polluting the planet. First a chicken, then a clever rabbit, and lastly a calm sheep, are chosen for test flights. But each time something goes wrong and the rocket returns to Earth. The animals don't kw what to do. But then Farmer Tanner discovers the rocket and, determined to take it for his own, he zooms off into space, and is never seen again.
- Author BiographySEAN TAYLOR is a children's author, storyteller and teacher with experience of creative writing teaching in three continents. His books include The Great Snake (9781845075293), Purple Class and the Skelington (9781845073770), Purple Class and the Flying Spider (9781845076276), Purple Class and the Half-Eaten Sweater (9781845079093), The Grizzly Bear with the Frizzly Hair, Crocodiles Are the Best Animals of All and the multi-award-winning When a Monster is Born. He lives partly in England and partly in Brazil. HANNAH SHAW graduated from Brighton University with a BA in Illustration. Since then she has worked as a freelance illustrator and graphic designer. She currently lives in Stroud in Gloucestershire. Her books include Evil Weasel for Jonathan Cape and Crocodiles are the Best Animals of All, The Grizzly Bear with the Frizzly Hair and Who Ate Auntie Iris? with Sean Taylor for Frances Lincoln.
- Author(s)Sean Taylor
- PublisherFrances Lincoln Publishers Ltd
- Date of Publication06/02/2014
- SubjectPicture Books
- Place of PublicationLondon
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- ImprintFrances Lincoln Childrens Books
- Width240 mm
- Height276 mm
- Illustrator(s)Hannah Shaw
- Interest AgeFrom 4
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