Meerkat Madness by Ian Whybrow
(Awesome Animals)

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...a goofy mix of misunderstandings and mayhem with black-and-white spot illustrations by Hearn that add to the fun.
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Meerkat Madness is an uproarious mini-novel for kids in Barron’s frantically funny, stupendously silly, and fun-filled Awesome Animals series. Kids will start laughing the moment they open this short, easy-to-read novel—and they’ll keep on turning the pages to find out which new tricks these hilarious Meerkats are getting ready to concoct next. Comical black-and-white cartoon-style illustrations appear on many pages to capture the story’s zany spirit. All Awesome Animals novels are divided into chapters, so that boys and girls can put the books down when Mom calls them for dinner—though kids will want to pick these stories up again as soon as they can!
 

About Ian Whybrow

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Ian Whybrow is an award-winning children's book author whose titles include Sammy and the Dinosaurs, Quacky, Quack, Quack, and A Baby for Grace. Richard Hamilton and Sam Hearn are the creators of "Cal and the Amazing Anti-Gravity Machine," Richard Hamilton has written picture books as well as fiction for children, and lives in London with his wife and two daughters. Sam Hearn divides his time between working as a bookseller at a bookstore in the United Kingdom and illustrating children's books. This is Sam's fourth book for Bloomsbury.
 
Published April 1, 2013 by Barron's Educational Series. 208 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Publishers Weekly

Above average
on May 13 2013

Hearn's lively illustrations magnify the silliness of the meerkats' antics and their inadvertent cleverness.

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Kirkus

Good
on Apr 10 2013

...a goofy mix of misunderstandings and mayhem with black-and-white spot illustrations by Hearn that add to the fun.

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