9/22/2016

Little Tiger Press - Hyde and Squeak - Competition



Hyde and Squeak
Written and Illustrated by Fiona Ross
Published 8th September 2016
RRP £12.99
ISBN 9781848692671
Format Hardback
Age 3 - 6 years

Would YOU dare eat a beastly-looking jelly? Squeak the mouse just can't resist a taste… Slurp! Burp! Grunt! Growl! Uh-oh! Squeak has turned into Hyde – a massive, messy monster mouse! Look out!

It has been one hundred and forty years since Robert Louis Stevenson’s Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde was first published. In 2016 the story lives on through Fiona Ross’ wildly creative and playful retelling that introduces a new generation of readers to Stevenson’s much-loved, spooky, classic.


Just in time for Halloween, author-illustrator Fiona Ross (Ballet Cat, Chilly Milly Moo) brings a hilariously inventive twist to the tale of Jekyll and Hyde. With laugh-out-loud humour and striking comic-book style illustrations, curious Squeak’s transformation into the insatiably hungry monster mouse, Hyde, is sure to engage and delight young readers.


From rotten jellies to magical machines,
Hyde and Squeak breathes new life into an old classic, and adds a spark of silliness and fun into the mix to create a wholly original and thoroughly enjoyable story for families to enjoy together.

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3. Competition ends 24/10/16
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85 comments:

  1. love these books (Y)

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  2. Our favourite Halloween tradition is that we do a Harry Potter Halloween each year. Think Pumpkin Pasties, Butterbeer, Chocolate Frogs etc.

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  3. Trick or treat round all our neighbours houses and lots of sweeties

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  4. Trick or treat round all our neighbours houses and lots of sweeties

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  5. Giving out sweeties to the kids that have made up wicked costumes to be wearing

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  6. seeing all the visiting trick or treaters in their costumes

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  7. Having a Halloween tea with lots of spooky treats and dressing up and playing games before bed

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  8. My favourite Hallowe'en tradition is carving the pumpkin :)

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  9. dressing up and going trick or treating with my kids x

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  10. Carving pumpkins! It's so much fun!

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  11. Trick or treating is always fun. I love being at the door ready to hand out sweeties to the kids! This year I will be in a small village and can't wait. I hope to have a bit of a costume to scare the children to hehe

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  12. Great costumes that the kids wear (and even the parents!) although I have to buy in lots of sweets

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  13. trick or treat then saving sweets for video night the next evening!

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  14. Carving pumpkins and leaving it outside the house :)

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  15. At the moment my favourite tradition on halloween is hiding with the lights off, pretending not to be home! I know, disgraceful.
    But I will get my Halloween-vibe back soon I'm sure, as I used to love carving pumpkins and making toffee apples, dressing up and eating sweeties!

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  16. We love all the dressing up and seeing all the other kiddies getting so much enjoyment from it. x

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  17. We love dressing up and being as inventive as we can with our costumes

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  18. Pumpkin carving it is so fun! we come up with lots of different ideas every year

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  19. Carving pumpkins has to be my favourite tradition.

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  20. Getting the kids dressed up and going trick or treating.

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  22. I always make some tablet and toffee for the kids in my street thanks

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  23. Every halloween we have a great big bowl of sweets so we don't have to suffer any tricks, I'm sure everyhild in the neighbourhood tells their friends as well as the door never stops all night.

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  24. To make lanterns out of turnips rather than pumpkins :)

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  25. Dunking for apples

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  26. Love decorating around the tv and watch a great Halloween movie with the family.

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  27. Apple bobbing is my favourite Halloween tradition!

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  28. dressing the children up and taking them round our neighbourhood to trick n treat

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  29. as I grew up in Africa where we did not celebrate/do halloween, it has been a new concept and really do not get involved with it too much. But I do have sweets and treats for the kids

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  30. We like to have a party with apple bobbing

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  31. Pumpkin carving

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  32. My girls love to get dressed up and go trick or treating.

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  33. We like to decorate our front window with all things spooky and pumpkins too. Love hearing the children go past and comment on it.

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  34. My favourite Halloween tradition is decorating the house- especially the front window :D x

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  35. got to be carving the pumpkin!

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  36. I love dressing up, as an old goth, it's a great excuse to re-live my younger years!

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  37. Our favourite Halloween tradition is carving the pumpkin

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  38. Love pumpkin carving with our little girls. And having a party with bat-shaped sandwiches & biscuits & Halloween cup cakes.

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  39. I'm from a small town in the States, so trick or treating was a huge thing. We actually had scheduled times so everyone knew when to be ready with porch lights on (or off, if not giving out treats). It was so fun to be in costume as a child and as an adult passing out candy. I love that the practice is becoming more popular over here.

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  40. Lindsey Faulkner8 October 2016 at 23:10

    Book Worm!

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  41. well its our wedding anniversary too and we visit transylvannia every year x

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  42. Putting together a little Halloween gift basket for my sons xx

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  43. Hiding under a cushion until its all over!

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  44. going out with the grandkids, and eating sweets

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  45. Halloween cake. Loved when as children would get a treat within cake, understand not done any more :- Expect for Health and Safety reasons. Though Happy to reminisce.

    Rachel Craig

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  46. Baking! The kids and I love to make spooky cupcakes and then eat them obvs!

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  47. apple bobbing is fun for us every year! the winner gets a toffee apple!

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  48. I love decorating the house x

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  49. My son going Trick or Treating to the neighbours

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  50. Carving the pumpkin! Except it was a turnip that we used growing up, kids these days, they don't know how lucky they are.

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  51. Mine is hiding when the trick n treaters come knocking on the door.

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  52. Has to be decorating the rooms.

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  53. Giving sweets to all the cute little monsters

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  54. My favourite Halloween tradition is carving the pumpkin :)

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  55. Pumpkin carving, and we always have a Halloween themed tea

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  56. Trick or treating with my daughters ! :)

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  57. Costume parties where I'll be going as undead / zombie this year.

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  58. I love telling ghost stories with my grandchildren.

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  59. Decorating up..... and watching the walking dead haha

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