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Product description

Children & grown-ups alike will delight in this wonderful picturebook that is both very silly, and very clever. How many different kinds of Mopoke are there?

  • Highpoke
  • Lowpoke
  • Poshpoke
  • Poorpoke
  • two pokes
  • more pokes
  • wombat….
Mopoke the owl loves peace and quiet, but the bush is full of many, many annoying disturbances. Poor Mopoke is about to find out that you can’t always get what you want. Visually brilliant, and hysterically funny, this debut picture book by Philip Bunting is destined to become a classic.
  • Perfect for all fans of Jon Klassen and Chris Haughton.

Product Details

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781407180748

Publisher

Scholastic

Date published

September 7th, 2017

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Other details
  • 48 pages
Condition

New

Reviews

  1. gina's mom
    on 6 October 2017

    We need more mopoke, mo-pokes!

    This is a funny book. A real picture book, where the images are tied with the words and the jokes.
    'Cause this is really a funny book.

    The Mopoke loves peace and quiet, but you can't always get what you want - and that's life, my child.

    Reading this book out loud, turning the pages, discovering the new puns is so satisfying. As an adult a glimpse of the page and I read&watch the image, but the child... she watch the image and try to come out with a joke. And you laugh with your toddler. A lot.
    There isn't much of a story in this book, but the interaction with my child while reading it it's the Story itself.

    We read it at nigh, so after the final No-poke, we add a "Nighty Nite-poke" and - finger crossed - we sleep.

    The design and the development of the book reminded me of Jon Klassen's Hat trilogy, but still has a strong personality of its own.

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