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DIDN'T WE HAVE A LOVELY TIME!
MICHAEL MORPURGO

WALKER BOOKS LTD (OCT 2016)
HARDBACK, blake, quentin, 48 pages, 165 x 162 mm.
Prod. # 9781406371635 (British edition)
Category: Children's fiction

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A heartwarming short story set on a farm from Michael Morpurgo, the nation's favourite children's author, with stunning illustrations from Quentin Blake.

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