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Wild Violet!

Alex Latimer

Publisher: Pavilion Children's

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Summary

Violet is wild.

 
She growls at the dog, draws on the walls, and slurps her cereal straight from the bowl.

 
Violet's Gran takes her to the zoo for a relaxing trip but, after a mix-up, Violet spends the night with the monkeys and a monkey goes back with Gran. Worse still, Gran and Violet's parents don't even notice!

 
Will there be chaos or will a lesson be learnt?

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