A Snowy Robin Rescue
Evan and Hannah have found a robin in the snow. It's not moving, and they soon realize that the tiny robin is stuck! They call the RSPCA and an inspector arrives to help. It's snowing heavily and they need to act fast. Can the RSPCA perform a snowy robin rescue? An exciting, inspiring story based on a real-life animal rescue. With illustrations throughout and lots of facts about robins and the RSPCA.
Bad Day for Badger
When Lewis and his dad see an injured badger on the side of the road they call the RSPCA. But when the RSPCA arrive to examine the young badger, she scampers under a parked car, only to get well and truly stuck! The RSPCA must work with the Fire and Rescue team to try and free the baby badger, and Lewis is going to do all he can to help.
The lonely Pony
Mia's mother is a groom at an RSPCA centre so she's used to looking after ponies. But when Polly arrives at the centre, underweight and frightened, Mia knows that this pony is going to need a lot of care and attention. At first Polly is too scared to go near humans, but Mia and her mother spend weeks gently nursing her back to health. With Mia's help, Polly will learn to trust again. An exciting, inspiring story based on a real-life animal rescue. With illustrations throughout and lots of facts about ponies and the RSPCA.
Tiny Goat in Trouble
Harry is enjoying a seaside walk with his aunt, when he spots a tiny goat on a cliff ledge. It has been separated from its mother, and the baby goat is stranded, unable to make it back up to the top. Harry and his aunt call the RSPCA and an exciting rescue ensues, with two inspectors abseiling down the cliff to retrieve the frightened youngster. Luckily, thanks to the RSPCA's team work and Harry's eagle eye, the baby goat is safely reunited with its mother. An exciting, inspiring story based on a real-life animal rescue. With illustrations throughout and lots of facts about goats and the RSPCA.
Bunny needs a friend
An exciting, inspiring story based on a real-life animal rescue. When Sarah and her family find a box on the side of the road, the last thing they expect to find inside is a bunny! It's all alone, so they call the RSPCA. An RSPCA Inspector arrives to take the bunny to a local centre for treatment. She's thin and cold, and needs looking after, but the RSPCA know just what to do. The bunny makes a good recovery and meets a special furry friend along the way.
Little owl needs a home
Josh has made an unexpected discovery - four baby owls! Their home has been destroyed, and now the tiny owls have nowhere to live! There's no sign of the parent owls, and the baby owls are getting colder and hungrier, so Josh and his mother call the RSPCA. A rescue ensues, followed by an attempted hand feeding. But the RSPCA must move the baby owls to another nest if they are to have a chance of survival. Finding a new home for the owls won't be easy, but Josh is more than happy to help.
The Abandoned Kitten
Eight-year-old Lily is always surrounded by animals. Her mum works at an RSPCA centre as an Animal Care Assistant. Lily thinks it's the best job ever. Sometimes Mum has to care for animals at home, and on one rainy evening, Mum arrives with three tiny kittens. The poor things have been abandoned, and Lily and Mum must stay up through the night to look after them. But there's another member of Lily's family that wants to help - Poppy their crossbreed dog gently mothers the kittens in their basket. Poppy was brought to the RSPCA as a tiny puppy and was hand reared herself. Together, Mum, Lily and Poppy will be able to nurse the kittens back to health.
Lamb all alone
Ben's school is closed due to a flood warning. This could be a real emergency! At home, Ben and his family start to secure the house against the rising water. But what about the sheep in the field at the end of his garden? The farmer is stuck on his farm and can't rescue them. Luckily, the RSPCA are on hand to help. Together Ben's family and the RSPCA Inspector herd the animals to safety - through Ben's garden! But one little lamb has been left behind. How will they get the animal across the deep water?
Puppy gets stuck
Emily's family has a new puppy. Pickle is naughty and loves exploring. But one day, when out for a walk, Pickle goes missing. Emily's family search everywhere - the whole village gets involved. Pickle can't be found. And then Emily hears a tiny yap - it's Pickle! But he's fallen into an old mineshaft. The RSPCA come to help, and the fire brigade. They will have to send a winch down and try to coax Pickle into the harness. At first Pickle doesn't get in, but then they send his blanket down and Emily shouts "get in your basket". Pickle gets in and is pulled out safely!
Little lost Hedgehog
Grace is out in the garden feeding her rabbits when she hears a rustle in the flower bed. What could it be? She sits very still by the kitchen door, peering out into the dark. And then she sees some little paws, two shiny eyes, a twitching nose... it's a tiny hedgehog! But where is its family? This little hedgehog looks lost and hungry. So Grace's mum calls the RSPCA who come and collect it. They take it back to their centre and nurse it back to health.
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Author Mongredien Sue ISBN 9781407166322 Collection ISBN 9781407166322 Age group 7-9 Book amount 10 Language English Format Paperback Dimensions No Publisher Scholastic Condition New Video link No RRP 49.9
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