A Possum’s Tail follows Samuel Drew and his toy dog as they make their way to visit the possums at London Zoo. Disappointed that the possums are asleep, Samuel turns around and heads back the way he came, unwittingly surprising onlookers who notice that the possums have decided to follow him.
Written in charming rhyming verse, children will delight in spotting the differences between street scapes as Samuel Drew walks to and from the zoo. A Possum’s Tail is a humourous caper that beautifully illustrates the richness of cosmopolitan London.
Gabby Dawnay is a writer and artist whose work includes script-writing children’s television series for the BBC, and PR and marketing for the increasingly popular children’s magazine Okido.
Alex Barrow is a London-based illustrator. Alex is a regular contributor and creative producer for Okido children’s magazine. This is his first book for children.
Suitable for ages 4+
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