About the book
Muncle Trogg, the tiny and determined giant, is worried when the giants’ mountain shows signs of erupting.
But all his fellow giants can think about is celebrating the departure of the fleeing humans down the mountain.
Luckily for Muncle, his human friend Emily hasn't abandoned him – and she has an idea. The giants might not listen to a little giant, but they will sit up if a donkey – the wisest, most wondrous animal they know – makes an eeaw-mously important appearance.
Affectionate and charming sequel to the 2010 winner of the Times/Chicken House Children's Fiction Competition.
“Muncle is a character with real charm who has won lots of fans.”
“... The wonderfully topsy turvy giant world delights again.”
JULIA ECCLESHARE, LOVE READING
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