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BUZZ by Roger HargreavesBee, 1978
CHIRP by Roger HargreavesBird, 1978
HISS by Roger HargreavesSnake, 1978
MEOW by Roger HargreavesCat, 1978
MOO by Roger HargreavesCow, 1978
NEIGH by Roger HargreavesHorse, 1978
OINK by Roger HargreavesPig, 1978
ROAR by Roger HargreavesLion, 1978
SNAP by Roger HargreavesCrocodile, 1978
SQUEAK by Roger HargreavesParrot, 1978
TRUMPET by Roger HargreavesElephant, 1978
WOOF by Roger HargreavesDog, 1978
TIMBUCTOO ANNUAL by Roger Hargreaves1978 Annual
BAA by Roger HargreavesSheep, 1979
BLEAT by Roger HargreavesGoat, 1979
CHATTER by Roger HargreavesMonkey, 1979
CLUCK by Roger HargreavesHen, 1979
CROAK by Roger HargreavesFrog, 1979
GRIZZLE by Roger HargreavesBear, 1979
GROWL by Roger HargreavesTiger, 1979
HONK by Roger HargreavesSeal, 1979
HOOT by Roger HargreavesOwl, 1979
PUFF by Roger HargreavesPanda, 1979
QUACK by Roger HargreavesDuck, 1979
SNIFF by Roger HargreavesRabbit, 1979
SQUAWK by Roger HargreavesParrot, 1979
AN APPLE for OINK by Roger HargreavesPig's story, 1981
HISS and THE STORM by Roger HargreavesSnake's story, 1981
MOO's FANCY HATS by Roger HargreavesCow's story, 1981
ROAR's DAY OF MISTAKES by Roger HargreavesLion's story, 1981

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A children's picture book series by Roger Hargreaves about various animals who live in Timbuctoo. Each animal lives in an appropriate cottage. There are 25 books in the original 1978-79 series, with 1 more added in the 1990s.

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