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Win Look Out Leonard bundle!

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Celebrating the upcoming release of Look Out Leonard on March 4th 2021, DK is offering you the chance to win a book bundle including a copy of Look Out Leonard! by Jessie James and Tamara Anegon and Fish by Brendan Kearney!  

Click here before 28th March to enter.

Meet Leonard the clueless shrew in this hilarious story about getting lost in the jungle. Illustrated by the wonderful Tamara Anegon, and written by Jessie James who is known for her work with New Frontier, Skyhorse and DK as well as Simon and Schuster under another guise.

Both Fish and Look Out Leonard have a strong message about our world. Children and parents will love reading this engaging story together with all of its ups and downs, the quirky illustrations adding to the fun. The timely messaging is perfect for sharing and learning, making the book perfect for any child’s bookshelf. 

Find out more about Look Out Leonard! below:

Meet Leonard the clueless shrew in this hilarious story about getting lost in the jungle. Illustrated by the wonderful Tamara Anegon, who is interested in expressing emotions, movement and the environment through her colourful drawings.

It’s moving day for the Shrew family, so Mrs Shrew has asked them to all hold on to each other’s tails tightly so that nobody gets lost!

They set off in a long line, but wait, where’s little Leonard? This picture book will have you on the edge of your seat as you follow Leonard, who manages to grab on to anything and everything that isn’t his family’s shrew tail!

Narrowly avoiding catastrophe at every turn, from angry baboons to snapping crocodiles, will Leonard make it safely to the end of their journey?

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