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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.
A read-aloud favourite featuring pea-hating Daisy and her mum’s evermore tempting bribes to make her eat them. Includes a frieze and stickers.
Disaster has struck Fairyland! Jack Frost has stolen all the jewels from Queen Titania's crown. Each stone controls a particular aspect of fairy magic. Can Rachel and Kirsty rescue Chloe’s in time?
A quirky, fun tale for confident readers aged 8+, featuring another outrageous adventure for Clarice Bean and friends. In this story Clarice wants a role in the school play and to impress her teacher.
Paul Faustino, South America's top football journalist, relates the incredible story of the mysterious “El Gato”, the best goalkeeper in the world.
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