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Rhino Trouble

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Rhino Trouble is the story of a boy and his small brother who live in a jungle village in Nepal and have the task of inventing a clever solution to protect the village crops from marauding rhinos. Young readers will draw inspiration from the way the boys use ingenuity and strength to deal with common childhood challenges such as facing bullies, feeling inadequate for a tas ...more
Published November 10th 2015 by Cedar Fort Publishing & Media
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Exponent II
May 26, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: mormon-children
Picture books are among my favorite books, so I was delighted when Spunky suggested I read Cedar Fort’s Rhino Trouble for Exponent’s book review series. I was even more delighted when I realized it was written by an old friend of mine, Grant Olsen. He is a truly good person, and that goodness shines bright here. The story itself was inspired by some village children Grant met while traveling through a Nepal jungle, and because of that/because of them, he is donating every penny he would otherwis ...more
Oct 17, 2015 rated it it was amazing
All my kids love this book. Even my 6-year-old was able to read it on his own and the pictures made him laugh out loud several times. Definitely a new favorite in our house...
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