Quirky, creative story with well-placed Kiwi references

MORGAN GOES TO NOWHERE<br><b>Richard Fairgray, Tara Black, Terry Jones</b><br><i>Square Planet</i>
MORGAN GOES TO NOWHERE<br><b>Richard Fairgray, Tara Black, Terry Jones</b><br><i>Square Planet</i>
On his previous adventure, Morgan went on a quest to learn the name of the moon. This time, he is searching for his toy rabbit.

He's looked everywhere, which means Rabbit must be Nowhere. So Morgan digs his way down to Nowhere, where the ground is made of lost socks and the sky is full of songs you can't remember.

This is a quirky, creative story with crisp comic-book illustrations and some well-placed Kiwi references. I liked that Morgan's mum is a stay-at-home scientist.

Ages 2-5

- Laura Hewson

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