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Horace and Harriet 4 Book Collection - Ages 5-7 - Paperback - Clare Elsom

SKU: B2D2313 ISBN: 9789526535678
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Take on the Town

Lord Commander Horatio Frederick Wallington Nincompoop Maximus Pimpleberry the Third (or Horace, for short) has been a statue on a plinth in Princes Park for hundreds of years. But after suffering pranks, graffiti, endless mobile phone chat, and pigeon poo, Horace has had enough. He decides it's time to get off his pedestal . . . and walks away. Surely he can find a better home? One suitable for such a fine commander? Assisted by his new friend Harriet (she's seven and a quarter years old and definitely NOT a statue) Horace tackles modern life (though he can't shake off his embarrassing hobby of invading everything) in his quest to find the perfect place to live. The trouble is, nowhere seems to be quite as good as Mayor Silverbottom's house. And Mayor Silverbottom just happens to be a descendant of Horace's arch enemy . . . Packed with splendiferous pictures this is a rollicking read for children of five and up

The Sports Spectacular

Lord Commander Horatio Frederick Wallington Nincompoop Maximus Pimpleberry the Third (or Horace, for short) has been a statue on a plinth in Princes Park for hundreds of years. But now he's friends with Harriet and every time he leaves his pedestal he's ready for all sorts of adventures. It's the day of the Sports Spectacular and once Harriet, Fraser, and Megan convince Horace that his park isn't being invaded, he soon gets into the spirit of the games. But will his winning streak land Horace in trouble, especially when crafty Coach Whipston wants a share of his success? Packed with splendiferous pictures this is a rollicking read for children of five and up.

Friends, Romans, Statues!

Lord Commander Horatio Frederick Wallington Nincompoop Maximus Pimpleberry the Third (or Horace, for short) has been a statue on a plinth in Princes Park for hundreds of years. But now he's friends with Harriet and every time he leaves his pedestal he's ready for all sorts of adventures. This time the two meet up in Rome where Horace poses as a gladiator, impresses as a statue, and is reunited with a long-lost relative. Packed with splendiferous pictures this is a rollicking read for children of five and up.

Every Dog Has Its Day

Lord Commander Horatio Frederick Wallington Nincompoop Maximus Pimpleberry the Third (or Horace, for short) has been a statue on a plinth in Princes Park for hundreds of years. But now he's friends with Harriet and every time he leaves his pedestal he's ready for all sorts of adventures. When Harriet starts a holiday job, Horace is inspired to find his own gainful employment, with hilarious results. Packed with splendiferous pictures this is a rollicking read for children of five and up.