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Something in a Cardboard Box - tales from the wildlife hospital by Les Stocker

Review
Content-Type Wildlife with some badger information
Description In their back garden in Aylesbury, Les Stocker and his wife Sue run a wildlife hospital where, day and night, pathetic furry and feathered bundles arrive in cardboard boxes.
In these magical pages - full of heartbreak and hilarity - irascible badgers rub shoulders with foxes and muntjac deer, hedgehogs with toads and mink; there are sad tales of human heartlessness, dramatic dashes across country, strange and wonderful stories of a python, a kestrel, a puffin, grebes and a host of other creatures - plus a wealth of invaluable information about them all.
Les Stocker trained as an accountant but always wanted to work with animals. At last he is nearing fulfilment of a dream - the building of Europe's first wildlife teaching hospital.
Summary Tons of tales of wildlife rescue by the "James Herriott" of the wildlife rescue of St Tiggiwinkles.
Written by Les Stocker
Illustrated by Not known
Photographs by Not known
Written in 1989
Last Revised in 1989
Size 204mm by 204mm (height by width)
Pages 224
ISBN 0 7011 3329 5
Publisher Chatto & Windus
Copyright Owner Les Stocker
In Print? In Print
Review Date 28 February 2007
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