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The besties to the rescue / Felice Arena ; illustrated by Tom Jellett.

By: Arena, Felice, 1968-.
Contributor(s): Jellett, Tom [illustrator.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Besties.Publisher: Australia : Puffin Books, 2020Description: 59 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781760890971.Subject(s): Friendship in children -- Juvenile fiction | Best friends -- Juvenile fiction | Birds -- Juvenile fiction | Animal rescue -- Juvenile fictionSummary: Oliver and Ruby have been besties forever. BFF Oliver is trying to record Ruby's awesome trampoline flips in slow-mo, but he captures something else too. Cutie Pie, the cat from next door, is pouncing on a bird's nest! The baby bird is too young to fly. Will the besties be the best bird-parents ever?
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Childrens Fiction Davis (Central) Library
Children's Fiction
Children's Fiction On Order
Childrens Fiction Davis (Central) Library
Children's Fiction
Children's Fiction On Order
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

From the author and illustrator of the popular Sporty Kids books comes an exciting new beginner-reader series that celebrates the everyday adventures - at school, at home, in the backyard, even in the living room! A funny, sweet series about kids being kids, where imagination and play rule!<br> <br> Oliver and Ruby have been besties forever . . .<br> Oliver is trying to record Ruby's awesome trampoline flips in slow-mo, but he captures something else too. Cutie Pie, the cat from next door, is pouncing on a bird's nest! The baby bird is too young to fly. Will the besties be the best bird-parents ever?

Oliver and Ruby have been besties forever. BFF Oliver is trying to record Ruby's awesome trampoline flips in slow-mo, but he captures something else too. Cutie Pie, the cat from next door, is pouncing on a bird's nest! The baby bird is too young to fly. Will the besties be the best bird-parents ever?