Once Upon a Small Rhinoceros by Meg McKinlay

Fri 21 September 2018

“Don’t you wish,” said the small rhinoceros, “that you could see the world?” 

Join the small rhinoceros on her adventures in this inspirational picture book about quiet determination and the thrill of new experiences and new places. Created by the award-winning duo, author Meg McKinlay and illustrator Leila Rudge

To read along with the gorgeous illustrations, get your own copy of the book at your favourite bookstore, or online at Booktopia. Once Upon a Small Rhinoceros is published by Walker Books.

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