Midnight at the Zoo

(1 reviews with an average rating of 3 out of 5)

Publisher: Templar

Review

Max and Mia are very excited. It's finally here: the day they get to go to the zoo! When they get there, they scamper off, looking for lemurs, flamingos, red pandas and salamanders. But none can be found - anywhere! The zoo is totally empty.

Disappointed, the children make their way out - only to find that they have been left behind. However, all is not lost. At exactly midnight, something wonderful happens. The Midnight Zoo opens its doors!

Quite unlike the daytime zoo, here is a riot of glamour and colour, feather boas and jewelled headdresses, fabulous fountains and prancing pandas.

An alliterative jewel of a book for young fans of the zoo, this charming story is richly illustrated with vivid colours and fascinating detail.

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