Wolfboy by Andy Harkness (Bloomsbury) stands out because of its unique art style – the characters and scenes are all sculpted out of modelling clay! The story, about the wild and hairy title character and his hunt for bunnies, is great fun to read out loud.
The Greatest Showpenguin by Lucy Freegard (Pavilion) is about Poppy, a penguin who grows up performing at a circus with her family. But when she realises that being in front of a crowd is not for her, she finds a new career! A sweet and beautifully illustrated tale that might inspire readers to think about what they would really love to do as a job!
Beatrix and Her Bunnies by Rebecca Colby & Caroline Bonne Müller (Nosy Crow) tells the real-life story of a girl named Beatrix and her rabbit friend. When her bunny passes away, Beatrix creates wonderful books about him, which become bestsellers. This gorgeously illustrated tale is sure to appeal to any fan of animal stories!
To enter the competition, email us at email@example.com with the answer to: In which Issue 78 story is this quote taken from?