Oscar and Arabella by Neal Layton

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Oscar was a woolly mammoth. And so was Arabella. Did anyone ever tell you that woolly mammoths weren't very smart? Don't believe them if they did! Oscar and Arabella were two woolly mammoths who had to think very fast to outwit the scary creature lurking in the cave. Quirky and imaginative—this is a startlingly distinctive picture book, wildly and wittily illustrated.

About Neal Layton

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Neal Layton is the author of The Mammoth Academy, the Smarties Prize-winning Oscar and Arabella series, The Story of Everything, The Sunday Blues, and the illustrator of the Emily Brown series. Corina Fletcher is a graphic designer who specializes in pop-up books and paper engineering. Her titles include Giraffe's Can't Dance; The Global Garden, which was awarded the 2006 Aventis Children's Science Book of the Year; and Guess How Much I Love You.
Published May 1, 2002 by Hodder & Stoughton. 27 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Action & Adventure, Children's Books.

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He pictures Arabella with long curving tusks and tiny pink ears (technically, she might be a mastodon), and Oscar with short tusks, floppy ears and an anachronistic, brightly striped stocking cap.

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