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Sam Vole and His Brothers

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Sam Vole wants to do something all on his own, but wherever he goes, his big brothers go too. He goes collecting grass - but Arthur and Henry go with him and they collect far more grass than he does. He goes collecting nuts, and daisies, and he always has the same problem. So, one morning, very early, he sneaks out to go voling on his own. Without his brothers he hopes to have lots of fun, but he suddenly finds that he misses his brothers. Fortunately, they soon turn up and they all have a great time voling together.;Martin Waddell won the Smarties Prize for "Can't You Sleep, Little Bear?" (1988) and "Farmer Duck" (1991), the Emil and Kurt Maschler Award for "The Park in the Dark" (1989) and the Best Books for Babies Award for "Rosie's Babies" (1990). His other books include "Squeak-A-Lot", "The Toymaker", "Happy Hedgehog Band", "The Hidden House", "Owl Babies", "Pig in the Pond", "Let's Go Home, Little Bear", "Little Obie and the Flood" and the "Little Dracula" books.;Barbara Firth was awarded the 1988 Kate Greenaway Medal for "Can't You Sleep, Little Bear?" and the Emil Award for "The Park in the Dark". She has also illustrated "We Love Them", "Let's Go Home, Little Bear", "The G Hide synopsis

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