The Not-So Scary Snorklum by Paul Bright

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Snorklum does his bully best to scare the other animals that share his hill. But Mole, Rabbit, and Badger notice his wibbly whiskers, his twitchy tail, and his knocky knees. Maybe he’s scared—and not so scary after all. Plus he’s afraid of the dark, and three friends that stick together.


About Paul Bright

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Paul Bright started writing stories for his own children when they were young, and he kept on writing even when they left home. Lee Wildish has illustrated many books for the JUVenile and young adult market, including " Mom and Dad Glue, " which is also published in North America by Barronas.
Published August 1, 2011 by Little Tiger Press. 32 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books. Fiction

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The scary Snorklum, who has long tan fur and striped purple horns, is so worried about getting to his cave before dark that his crinkly whiskers begin to wibble.

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