I Am Bat

Publisher: Macmillan

Review

Bat has got some cherries. They are Bat’s cherries and nobody else’s! Bat’s very friendly, really, but Bat does love cherries – Bat loves cherries a lot. But when Bat’s back is turned for a moment, the cherries start to disappear…

Who is taking Bat’s cherries and what can Bat do about it?

This brilliantly funny, fruit-filled book captures the fickleness and changing whims of childhood in a few short sentences and brightly coloured images. Bat is a fully formed character from page one, full of quickly changing emotions and bursting with vitality. Follow Bat from moment to moment as he/she narrates directly to the reader, making this a brilliant read-aloud book to share with little ones.

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