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Mango &; Bambang: Tapir All at Sea (Book Two)
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A joyful return for Mango and Bambang, the irresistible girl and tapir duo who made their debut in The Not-a-Pig. [...] This is young fiction at its finest: a charming friendship, daring adventures, highly illustrated and wrapped up in a perfect package. * Bookseller * This stylishly packaged book full of warmth and wit is simply irresistible. It is made up of four short stories making this particularly suitable for the emerging reader who is just building up reading stamina. The writing style is wonderful as Polly Faber combines wit and a thoughtful kindness in the telling of these adventures. I particularly enjoyed her use of vocabulary. [...] The joyful illustrations by Clara Vulliamy combine perfectly with the text bringing the characters to life. The very many expressions conveyed on Bambang's face are delightful. The detail in the illustrations will add to the appeal for children as there is so much to linger over. * The Bookbag * Striking illustrations in black, grey and red just add to the sheer delight as Bambang tries dancing flamenco, escapes dangerous villains and finds out who really loves him the most. * South Wales Evening Post * A charming collection * IBW Children's Book Guide, The Bookseller * Mango is a resourceful girl but keeping tapir Bambang out of trouble in the Very Busy City is a challenge! Gently Hilarious. * Metro *
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Polly Faber is a children's book blogger and volunteer reading helper through the charity Beanstalk. With her family, she looks after her very own tiny free library outside their house in North London. Mango & Bambang is her first series of books for children. Clara Vulliamy was born in London and studied at Chelsea School of Art and the Royal Academy. She is the daughter of the celebrated author-illustrator Shirley Hughes and began illustrating picture books when she had her own children. She has since written and illustrated many stories, sometimes collaborating with her mother. She lives in Twickenham, with her husband and their daughters, Leah and Martha.