Percy the Park Keeper - The Secret Path Hardcover – 22 Sep 1994
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Praise for other Percy titles in the series:
One Snowy Night
‘A heartwarming bedtime tale…’ Susan Hill, The Independent
The Rescue Party:
‘…it’s good for reading aloud to under-fives, and later the six-pluses will still want to read it themselves.’ The Independent on Sunday
From the Back Cover
It's a beautiful spring morning and Percy, the park keeper, is very busy. He is about to start work on the old maze which has become overgrown.
The animals see Percy setting off with his wheelbarrow and tools and decide to give him a big surprise. However, Percy plans a surprise of his own. The only problem is that work and play don't mix and when it happens inside a maze there's trouble around every corner!
Nick Butterworth's stories about Percy and his friends have sold more than two million copies and are enjoyed by children all over the world.
ONE SNOWY NIGHT
"A lovely book to share at bedtime"
CHILDREN’S BOOK NEWS
"A heartwarming bedtime tale…"
SUSAN HILL in 'The Independent '
AFTER THE STORM
"…look no further for the best present for any child from two to six"
SUSAN HILL in 'The Sunday Times'
THE RESCUE PARTY
It's good for reading aloud to under-fives, and later the six-pluses will still want to read it themselves"
THE INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY
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Top Customer Reviews
But I think that something is wrong with my book. It seems to me that the story has a sudden end.
To be more specific, Percy realizes that the squirrel messed up with the string, all the other animals are telling their opinion about the way out and Percy say's: "And I've got a feeling we'll be having toasted teacakes for breakfast!"
And that's how it ends.
Even my daughter asked me...."now what?", "how will they get out of the maze?"
I have seen the movie too, where they all get out of the maze.
Therefore my question is: "Is this the ending, or are there some missing pages from my book?"
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Percy the park keeper books are brilliant for children, they show them some nature & have fantastic stories young children just love them. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Pam
Our grandson loves all the books and DVD's they are beautifully illustrated and the stories are wonderful. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jenny
Have bought these for grandchildren over the years and now for newer grandchildren. They are delightful.Published 14 months ago by shirley matthews