Rampaging Rats - Illustrated!

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In this fun children's book our heroes have to save Melbourne City Airport. It is being destroyed by monster rats. People are led to believe that dogs are responsible so Astro and our valiant team not only have to destroy the rats, but they also have to find out who created these terrible creatures and clear the name of the secret Organisation that exists to save dogs from neglect More

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About Susan Day

Susan travelled around the world twice before she was seven years old. It was the sixties and the cheapest way to circumnavigate the globe was by cruise ship. All alone, it seemed only fitting that the wonderful events she experienced and places she visited on these journeys be recorded for history. Thus, her story telling skills began. Firstly, to Rupert Bear, her lifelong companion, and then to a host of imaginary friends and finally to her pet dog once the family finally set down roots in Australia.

From her Irish heritage she learnt how to tell a good story well and the importance of storytelling in the re-living of her family’s past and present experiences. Her mother taught her that a good story should make people laugh then cry. But if you can make people cry with laughter then you’ve achieved something worthwhile.

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Review by: Victoria Zigler on Feb. 08, 2015 :
This is another great little Astro story, with an excellent - and often entertaining - cast of characters. I loved it just as much as I've loved the others I've read from the series so far, and can't wait to read more! Unfortunately, I also had the same issue with it as I've had with the other books in the series: since the animals are supposed to be just like your average pets - though, admittedly, with a few extra talents - they should have the same physical capabilities, and not be able to do things that would require the use of thumbs without some sort of tool to compensate for their lack of opposable thumbs
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