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Hack and Whack

Two tiny terrors wreak a path of lively havoc through a Viking village in a highly entertaining effort to avoid bedtime while their comically beleaguered parents give chase. With loud exclamations and rhyming battle cries, Hack and Whack are delightfully devious in horned helmets with ruddy cheeks and muddy knees. Trace their path from beginning to end with a well-marked map as they romp and rampage over and under barrels, bales, and longships.

Reviewed by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

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