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The Little Mermaid by Laura Barella


The Little Mermaid by Laura Barella

Step into the magical world of Child's Play fairy tales... Traditional tales are a well-established part of all cultures. Retold from the originals, these lively stories will captivate readers with their delightful illustrations and fun lift-up flaps which really add to the action. The 'flip-up' flaps encourage prediction and discussion, and well-known stories will give young readers confidence.

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Publication date

1st October 2009


Laura Barella

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Child's Play (International) Ltd an imprint of Child's Play International Ltd


24 pages
Interest Age: From 3 to 7 years


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