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Discover the adorably cheeky exploits of the fresh-faced yet mischievous Lulu, whose love of animals is always causing havoc! Animals seem to surround Lulu wherever she goes. People even call her Lulu the Zookeeper! At home, a marigold-coloured cat is dumped on her doorstep. At the seaside, she befriends a stray dog whom nobody else trusts. And at school, she finds herself in trouble when a duck egg starts to hatch – under the nose of her teacher, who detests animals! Heart-melting fiction for younger readers by the hugely acclaimed author of the Casson Family novels.

Praise for Hilary McKay:

Permanent Rose is the antidote to everything that’s bad in children’s books.” The Sunday Telegraph

“Quirky and curious… unforgettable.” The Bookseller

“Here’s a book that truly proves the joys to be had from reading.” Books for Keeps

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Paperback

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Hilary McKay

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  1. nandipa
    on 1 July 2012

    the cuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuutest book ever