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Summary

A hilarious story in the nine-million-copy best-selling classic series from highly regarded author Nick Butterworth!

Percy the park keeper and his animal friends are playing hide-and-seek in the park. The fox has found a great hiding place in Percy’s workshop but when he falls into a pot of Very Strong Glue, he soon finds himself springing into an embarrassingly sticky situation! Is there anything his friends can do to help?

Percy and his animal friends have delighted readers around the world for over 30 years!

©2019 Nick Butterworth (P)2019 HarperCollins Publishers

Critic reviews

"Brimming with warmth and gentle humour." (Daily Mail)

"An absolute must for every young book shelf." (Reading Zone)

"A timeless classic." (Storgy Kids)

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  • 29-05-19

Cute short story, just not feeling it.

Very kid friendly vocabulary and tone, which I loved, but not something my niece would listen to again. I’m sure it’s great for kids who like British accents, tea, and tarts, which are all included in this story.

The narration volume fluctuates, increasing when something exciting happens, then decreasing back down to the calm, smooth tone of the story. It wasn’t a frighteningly dramatic increase, but my 5 year old niece and I definitely noticed it.