Don’t Cross the Line

Publisher: Gecko Press

Little anarchists will love Don't Cross the Line but don't give them a copy if you're working on discipline, as this book is all about breaking the rules.

The guard won't let anyone onto the right-hand page of the book, as it's reserved for the general - but when two little boys cross the line, everything changes…

The colourful and slightly surreal illustrations in this book will appeal as much to parents as children. The story also speaks to both with its message that authority figures aren't always right. This is a book to make the whole family chortle.

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