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Alf Gorilla Adrift, by Michael Grater

Alf Gorilla Adrift

By Michael Grater


In this entertaining sequel to Alf Gorilla, Alf and his friends the rats attempt to escape when Oily Sludge the wharf cat locks them into an old barge and sets them adrift on the Thames. For 812 years olds. Illustrated by the author.

Series: Alf Gorilla Series
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Alf Gorilla is minder to Batty and his gang of rats. They live on a rusty tug on the River Thames, but their old enemy, Oily Sludge the wharf cat, has plans to cut them adrift. Meanwhile, the zoo director organises the biggest search ever for his escaped gorilla, inviting all the children of London to join in. Alf causes chaos in the hide-and-seek which develops.

The witty illustrations by the author accompany this action-packed story. Both brim over with humour.

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