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Cup Final Kid (Sprinters) by Martin Waddell
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Cup Final Kid (Sprinters) (edition 2008)

by Martin Waddell

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Title:Cup Final Kid (Sprinters)
Authors:Martin Waddell
Info:Walker Childrens Paperbacks (2008), Paperback, 64 pages
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0744552400, Paperback)

Small, fat, bespectacled Herbie Bazooka may sound like an unlikely world cup footballing hero, especially since he's only eight years old, but his Brazilian ball skills mean he is the perfect replacement when Spurs' star striker becomes injured the day before the big game. A title for 6 - 8 year olds.

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Herbie Bazooka may be small, fat and only eight, but he plays football like they do in Brazil. So when the Hottenham Totspurs' star striker is injured just before the FA Cup Final, who better to take his place than Herbie?

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