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Discover a host of fascinating bug facts including which insect fires acid from its abdomen, whether all bugs have brains and what makes a flea flee in this beautifully presented information book.
A wonderfully funny rhyme telling the cautionary tale of a naughty little rabbit, who rides around on a motorbike bopping everyone on the head. Luckily there’s a good fairy around to teach him a lesson!
Young children will love this very bold and bright picture book, with its easy-to-lift flaps and humourous rhyming text about the ‘zoopermarket’, where the food is not all it seems!
Bertie’s awful habits range from nosepicking to weeing on the flowerbed! Try and resist the "No, Bertie! That's dirty, Bertie!" refrain. Great fun to read-aloud.
Simple text, colour photos and cartoon style illustrations tell the story of Rachel Yanks, who started playing for Arsenal at 16 and now has 80 caps for England.
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