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Harry and his Hopper have done everything together since Hopper was a jumpy little puppy, but one day Harry gets home and Hopper isn't there. A touching illustrated story about dealing with grief.
This simple yet effective board book features bright illustrations and die-cut holes so children can say 'Peepo!' to all the animals, and finally to themselves in the mirror on the last page.
One of a 24-part series using dialogue, humour and non-fiction elements to encourage less keen readers, featuring a gang of boys getting into scrapes as they investigate strange mysteries.
Max, Fang, Iggy, Nudge, Gazzy and Angel are 6 very unusual children, and their amazing powers mean they’re often in danger – and being able to fly isn’t always enough to keep them safe...
If you like happy endings, don’t read the ‘Series of Unfortunate Events’, in which the Baudelaire siblings suffer all sorts of misfortunes!
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