Rhino? What Rhino?
That cannot be true
There's only one Rhino
And he's in the zoo!



A loveable but clumsy Rhino escapes from the zoo and causes havoc on a nearby farm. The animals want to send him back, but the Rhino is desperate to stay. Can he mend his ways?

This crazy picture book is beautifully illustrated by Sarah Horne

Published by Hodder Children's Books

Awards
SHORTLISTED for Stockport Children's Book Awards, 2011
SHORTLISTED for Sheffield Children's Book Awards, 2011
SHORTLISTED for Portsmough Children's Book Awards 2012
Shortlisted for Sheffield Children's Book Award 2011!
First Don't Dip Your Chips in Your Drink, Kate! and now Rhino? What Rhino?
This is my second book to be shortlisted for the amazing Sheffield Children's Book Awards. Last year over 200 school took part in voting for their favourites and Don't Dip Your Chips in Your Drink, Kate! won TWO prizes! Let's hope Rhino? What Rhino? does even better!

Check out the full shortlist
Reviews
The Bookbag
Any book with a rhino on the loose is going to strike a chord with young book fans. The strong rhythm and rhyme keeps everything ticking along at a nice pace. The repetition... will have children joining in with the words and heading towards reading for themselves. Rhino? What Rhino? is a light-hearted and silly book, with plenty going for it. There's lots to giggle at and lots of fun to be had. Well worth a look.
The Bookbag

Library Mice
The perfect rhyming text and clever repetition (Rhino? What rhino? That cannot be true. There's only one rhino and he's in the zoo) create a winning combination for a story which is unbelievable fun to read aloud. I dare anybody to be able to resist making silly voices when reading this at storytime. It is energetic and uplifting; every time I read this book, it leaves me in a happy mood! Caryl Hart is a natural with words; the text is flows beautifully.
Library Mice

Junior Magazine
A playful rhyming romp. Good fun for children who need to learn "please" and "thankyou".
Fabulous launch event
Check out how school children helped launch this book!


School Illustration Workshops
See how a group of 8-10 year olds had fun with this text.
Junior Illustration Club
Activities and Downloads
Do you fancy making your own Rhino mask?

Just print out the sheet onto card, colour it in and cut it out! Or you could colour in some of the Rhino's friends or make a poster about him.

It's all in Activities and Downloads so get over there right away for some Rhino-sized activities!!