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Publication Date: 5 May 2016
Suitable for: Primary
AR: 4.7 LY
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A girl with an aversion to snakes is taught by her family why snakes are actually really great.
Perhaps it's the way they slither, or maybe it's their slimy, scaly skin... whatever the reason, many of us shiver at the thought of a snake - and so does the little girl in this book.
But the rest of her family loves them and as they tell her more about snakes (did you know they have no eyelids, smell with their tongues and can swim?) she has a change of heart, and by the end of the book she loves them too.
NOTE : The title denotes the word "don't" with a line through it. We have put the word in brackets as it is not possible to illustrate the word as such on our system.
NOTE: Information Book Award Shortlist 2016 (Under 7)