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REVIEW: Use Your Imagination by Nicola O’Byrne

When Rabbit meets Wolf the librarian (well that’s what he claims to be), a tale of huge imagination begins to unfurl.

With clever use of typography and beautiful illustration, Rabbit has a trick or two up his furry sleeve for his cunning predator – and there’s a very satisfying surprise awaiting young readers at the end. It’s the sort of book you’ll love sharing with the kids – perfect for bedtime reading – and will leave your young audience whooping with delight.

Nosy Crow, out now. Age: 3+

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