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Adam Hargreaves Mr. Men Little Miss Go To School (Mr. Men & Little Miss Everyday)

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Code 9781405296649
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Little Miss Tiny is very excited for the first day of school!

There is so much to learn and so many new friends to make. Step inside Little Miss Sunshine's classroom and join the Mr. Men and Little Miss for a busy day at school.

Read this story to help little ones preparing for their first day at nursery, playgroup or school.

The Mr. Men and Little Miss Every Day series takes Roger Hargreaves' beloved characters on trips and activities that children will recognise from their own lives. All the stories have a 'Where's Walter' feature with Walter the worm hiding in every story making for a fun and interactive reading experience for children aged two years and up.

This is a large edition of the Mr. Men Little Miss Go To School story.

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'The colourful characters have been delighting children since Mr Tickle first appeared on bookshelves in 1971.'
- The Independent

'The timeless Mr Men books capture modern stereotypes perfectly.'
- The Telegraph

'The Mr Men and Little Miss characters remain a cultural phenomenon, whose impact is felt far beyond the nursery bookshelf.'
- The Telegraph

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