Frankie the flamingo and Clarence the crab were with us at Newport Primary School in Leyton, East London the other day explaining how Clarence the crab gets poo on his head when it rains. Which is not nice at all.
137 kids (and their parents) helped Frankie the flamingo solve ‘The mysterious case of the sinking flamingo’ and voted on whether stopping pooing when its raining or stopping rainwater getting into the sewers is the best solution to prevent Clarence
In May 2017 Frankie and Cath went off to visit the fantastic pupils of Northfield Road Primary School in Dudley. Cath had a terrific time reading ‘The mysterious case of the sinking flamingo’ to the 60 Year 2 children, who were
Aqualogic, Wirral School Libraries, and St Bridget’s C of E Primary School in West Kirby welcomed Frankie the flamingo on a blustery day by the seaside. Cath had a fab time reading ‘The mysterious case of the sinking flamingo’ to 60 pupils, who
Frankie the flamingo, Clarence the crab, and the rest of the Flamingo Investigation Department visited several schools over the summer term and met loads of willing water detectives who want to tell everyone why it is important to have short showers
Frankie has been busy visiting some of her super fans! Sasha, Samantha, Cici, Mimi and LisaMu never miss an opportunity to pose with Frankie the flamingo or her book! Cici and Mimi even coloured in pictures for Frankie, which she absolutely