Book Review, Picture Books

The Curious Case of the Missing Mammoth by Ellie Hattie & Karl James Mountford

The Curious Case of the Missing Mammoth by Ellie Hattie & Karl James Mountford

The Curious Case of the Missing Mammoth is an exciting picture book adventure with a real Night at the Museum feel. Oscar is awoken at midnight by strange stomping noises outside his window. When he discovers a talking woolly mammoth, he is led into the fantastic Curious Museum.

Inside, he finds all sorts of amazing things. The creatures have come to life during The Magic Hour. They must find the baby mammoth and get it back where it belongs by one o’clock.

Animals, dinosaurs, transportation, ancient civilisations and important people from history share fascinating facts with fun lift-the-flap doors.

When my own children were small, they loved visiting museums. Their imaginations took off as they pictured the exhibits coming to life. This book would have completely enchanted them! Museums are such rich resources. This book celebrates their incredible worth and will encourage children to visit them with their families – although they might keep a close eye on the animals in case they come to life!

Thank you to Little Tiger Press for this fun, educational book!

Click on the cover below to find out more or purchase on-line from Amazon.

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