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UNIQA · Raiffeisen Salzburg · Solway Investment Group

Lou just wants to feel like she belongs in her class. She tries her best to fit in but it’s not so easy: her big nose, huge body, thick skin – not to mention her horn and how clumsily she acts. But no wonder, as Lou is a rhinoceros! Her parents and the class teacher Ms Vögeli aren’t sure if a rhinoceros with all its quirks can fit in well with the other children. A solution has to be found. Can a rhino be integrated into the class with patience and generosity? Can it be sent back to the zoo? Pelted with water balloons? Or, failing that, what if a cupboard falls on it? The class finds a much better solution.

for children from 6 years