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Publisher: HarperCollins

Hurricane Kieron and Rush Around Ria never stop. They run right through the day, rushing from breakfast to bedtime. When they get up, they start all over again. That is, until Kieron falls over and his knee is too sore to run around on. Left on his own while Ria continues to rush, he discovers that with a bit of imagination he can create a hullaballoo without even making a sound.

A simple text and gentle story gear this story towards younger picture book readers. The collage style illustrations are fun and bright and the text is printed in clear formatting making it useful for those learning to read. This might also be useful in reception classrooms when children are getting boisterous; the message that energy should poured into a creative output can never be a bad thing so Hurricane Kieron might become a useful point of reference.

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