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Let's Take Over the Nursery!

by Richard Hamilton

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0747573034, Paperback)

When their teacher gets trapped in the climbing frame, the class of overactive toddlers gets busy doing what they always wanted to do. Painting here, there and everywhere, sending the cooker down the slide and generally having the best day. But when one child ends up in tears and another follows suit, the class soon finds that getting Miss Tuck out of her climbing frame trap is something of a priority.

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When their teacher gets trapped in the climbing frame, this class of overactive toddlers gets busy doing what they always wanted to do. But when one child ends up in tears and another follows suit, the class soon finds that getting Miss Tuck out of her climbing frame trap is something of a priority.… (more)

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