A meerkat goes on travels and tries out different animals' homes but realises that his original home is best.
Sunny the meerkat lives with his enormous family in the Kalahari desert. They are all very close... so close, in fact, that one day Sunny decides it's just too crowded and packs his bags. He's off to visit his mongoose cousins.
But from the watery world of the Marsh Mongoose to the nocturnal lifestyle of the Malagasy Mongoose, Sunny just doesn't fit in. And who's that shadowy figure who seems to be following him around?
There's so much to enjoy, from the newspaper cuttings on the endpapers to the wittily accurate information about each mongoose species Sunny visits on his journey.
With seven giant glossy postcards attached to the pages, this beautiful book is rich with comic detail and will keep any meerkat fan entertained for hours.
NOTE : 7 postcards within the book are attached reasonably firmly but are in danger of being torn from the book. The story reads well enough without them - they merely add a little extra and help children realise how homesick the character is becoming.
NOTE : First published by Macmillan.
NOTE : Pie Corbett Reading Spine Year 2.