The Adventures of Selwyn and Robert by Valerie Kerr
Saving Whako the White Lion

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The illustrations are engaging, with a slight anime influence … a quirky and unique, if uneven, children’s book.
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"Selwyn and Robert replaced Squary Wary and Roundy Boundy who were the original characters.
Because of circumstances, they became Selwyn and Robert. The author felt it was appropriate to change the images in order to fit in with the new characters.
As in the story Selwyn and Robert Learn a Secret on the Farm, the pixies help them again, but in a different way.
This time they help them to find an interesting way to travel a great distance and to save Whako the white lion cub."
 

About Valerie Kerr

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Published September 25, 2012 by Trafford. 66 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Religion & Spirituality, Computers & Technology. Non-fiction
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Reviewed by Various on Jul 22 2013

The illustrations are engaging, with a slight anime influence … a quirky and unique, if uneven, children’s book.

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