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This wonderfully interactive novelty book in which Lulu chooses from a range of clothes with zips to fasten, pockets to look in, dresses to admire and colours to consider, has top toddler appeal.
With short chapters, a pacey style and plenty of magic and adventure, the Beast Quest series is ideal for keen and confident readers. In this title, Adam must defeat the terrifying Ice Dragon.
Jimmy dreams of becoming a professional footballer and wearing the number 7 shirt like his heroes. Designed for dyslexic or less confident readers, this includes facts about top players.
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!
Roald Dahl fans will love this hilarious tale of mean, miserable old Mr. Gum, and the bath-dwelling fairy that hits him with a frying pan whenever his garden starts to look messy.
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