Comedian Rhys Darby delivers more words AND more pictures in his second hilarious book for kids! Buttons McGinty is back and this time he's travelling through space and time...in search of his parents (missing, presumed missing).
Join Buttons and his friends as they enter a universe unlike any you've seen before. Once again, Buttons is using Morse code to help solve the mystery of his missing parents.
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What do kangaroos jumping around Egyptian camps, monkeys swinging from masts, dogs ducking for cover, and camels chewing their cud amidst the sound of gunfire have in common? They went to war!
Who knew our soldiers had such a variety of animal companions in the two world wars? Apart from the "beasts of burden" that one might expect, such as horses, mules, donkeys and camels, many battalions had mascots as well: kangaroos, monkeys, dogs, chickens, tortoises, cats ... all of whom provided comfort, companionship, and a welcome distraction from the war.
Beautifully illustrated by Marco Ivancic.
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