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By Velthuijs, Max, 1923-
Hardback. English.
Published London: Andersen, 2000
Hare can paint and read. Frog really wishes he could do everything that Hare can do. This is a tale of friendship and self-esteem, simply told in a toddler...

By Williams, Brian, 1943-
Paperback. English.
Published London: Kingfisher, 1996
Countries of the World provides up-to-date facts and key figures about the world's countries, regions, geography and lifestyles. Comprehensive tables...

By Fine, Anne, 1947-
Paperback. English.
Published London: Egmont, 2002
Bill Simpson wakes up to find he's a girl, and, worse, his mother makes him wear a frilly pink dress to school. How on earth is he going to survive a...

Hardback. English.
Published London: Egmont, 2003
Introducing Winnie-the-Pooh and his friends to younger children, this board book uses bright, bold images and simple text

By Wells, Rosemary, 1943-
Book. English.
Published [London]: Fontana Picture Lions, 1981, c1978
In these three delightful stories, patient bespectacled Stanley soon discovers that it takes more than a little cunning to look after Rhoda, his troublesome...

Book. English.
Published London: Fontana, 1981, c1978

By Kingsland, Robin
Book. English.
Published London: Young Lions, 1992
What would you do if an Egyptian mummy tapped on your bedroom window - especially if you had more important things on your mind, like playing the violin...

By Wells, Rosemary, 1943-
Book. English.
Published London: Picture Lions, 1991
When Max falls in love with a chunky chocolate chicken on the birdbath, his sister Ruby proposes an egg hunt to decide who will win it. Ruby wins, but...

By Firmin, Peter
Book. English.
Published London: Young Lions, 1990
This story is about Kevin and his mashed potato, which swells up, speaks to him and offers him wishes. He plans to ask for many exciting things from it...

By Powling, Chris
Book. English.
Published Young Lions, 1992
ELF 61 is Tina's gran's old car. It's parked in the street outside Tina's house because Tina's gran is unwell and she's come to stay until she's better...
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