Squidge: Little Elf, Little Bear Part Two
by Andrew Thomas
Kindle Edition, 15 pages
Published: December 8, 2011
by Proving House
Book Source: Bought
Book Description: How far would you go to help a friend?
Squidge and his new friend set off on a BIG adventure. They must cross icy seas and snowy mountains to help a lost polar bear find his way home. Will Squidge, a little elf with a nose for trouble, be able to help? And who will they meet on the way?
Mary’s Review: Pack, pack, pack. What else would Squidge and Rumble need for their new adventure? Squidge didn’t know. All he knew was that as fast as he packed, Rumble unpacked.
Squidge was an elf or at least he would be when he grew up. Rumble was a baby polar he had befriended and promised to take care of until they could find Rumble’s mother. That’s what this new adventure is all about…finding Rumble’s mother.
They are confronted with an icy cold river and no boat to cross it.
They are hungry but have nothing for Rumble to eat.
They come to a very steep hole that Squidge can’t get down.
Come see how they manage to work through these problems and others they meet on their new adventure. See how they learn that through team work and ingenuity they can work through anything.
The illustrations are wonderfully cute and colorful.
I recommend this book for ages 5-8.
About the Author: Andrew Thomas is a primary school teacher in London, England.
Andrew Thomas, a primary school teacher, has been a working with children for the past decade, making up stories and sharing them with his class. He has written the ‘Squidge’ series of books and continues to add to the story of this little elf with a big personality. He lives in London, England, with his wife and son. This is his first series of books