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Mr. Stink

  This is second novel of David Walliams and it is illustrated by Quentin Blake. A funny and sometimes even hilarious story about Chloe and Mr. Stink, who is a local bum. They develop a special friendship, when Chloe decides to hide Mr. Stink in her garden shed. So Chloe has a secret and needs […]


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There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly

This classic board book is illustrated by Pam Adams and it brings well-known nursery rhyme to life with it’s brilliant die-cut holes. Illustrations definitely add a lot of fun and excitement to the book. It retells a childhood’s favourite story to your toddler and is also a lot of fun for yourself. Nice coloured pages […]


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Paper Fashion – Editors of Klutz

The book comes with itty-bitty hangers, easy-to use stencils, patterned papers and sparkling embellishments. You can create your own styles and design various mini paper fashions. Perfect for girls, who do not mind using a pair of scissors to put together their own designs and keep a scrapbook of them. Inside enough material can be […]


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Of Mice and Men: with Notes – Joel Steinbeck

This novel was first described as a “fairy tale” when published in 1937 and is considered one of the most poignant books of Joel Steinbeck. This depression era masterpiece talks about two guys George and Lennie, who chase American Dream of owning a small ranch of their own. Story concentrates on the fact, that people […]


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