BanditsBook - 2011
Raccoons wreak havoc on a town during the night, rummaging through garbage cans, stealing food and then running off into the hills to enjoy their loot. By the author of The Secret Circus.
When the sun has gone down and the town has gone to sleep, the racoon bandits prowl through the night. With masks parmanently in play,
They sneak and they creep.
Doing just what they please.
The thieves snatch, run, and escape--always careful not to get caught.
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"When the sun goes down and the moon comes up, beware of the bandits that prowl through the night." Traveling en masse, a family of raccoons begins its evening of mini larceny. Raiding garbage cans and stripping the apples from the topmost branches of trees these sneaky petes are clearly under the impression that they are villains par excellence. Even when their ramblings are discovered by (highly amused) humans they believe that they're in possession of some pretty choice "loot". And when the sun comes up, the family goes inside to sleep and read some books. "But just until the sun goes down."
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