Boo! by Tracey Corderoy

Boo! by Tracey Corderoy is a new book from Little Tiger Press RRP £5.99 this paperback is a charming tale of a little rabbit who just cant keep still. Available from the Little Tiger website and online, I am sure this will become a much loved classic.

Hullabaloo the rabbit loves playing boo! But when he jumps out to surprise his friends he causes chaos – Squirrel lands in a puddle… splat! Hedgehog topples over… crash! And poor Timid Mouse bursts into tears! “NO MORE BOOS!” everyone shouts. Whatever will Hullabaloo do?

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68 thoughts on “Boo! by Tracey Corderoy

  1. I’d love to! I have really bad nerves, and people find it really funny making me jump because it’s extreme, and really easy for them. Whenever I try to do it back they don’t react 🙁

  2. Yes, but not if taken too far! I love hide and seek with the kids but will jump out when they start to get a little unnerved by my absence. My husband will stay hidden when he plays despite increased frustration from the little ones. Perhaps we should just stop looking! . . .

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