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BILL BUZZ (Easy Peasy People) by Roger Hargreaves
Charlie Oink (Piccolo Books) by Roger Hargreaves
Gary Grizzle (Piccolo Books) by Roger Hargreaves
Grandma Baa (Piccolo Books) by Roger Hargreaves
Harry Hoof (Piccolo Books) by Roger Hargreaves
Molly Moo (Piccolo Books) by Roger Hargreaves
Percy Purr (Piccolo Books) by Roger Hargreaves
Sam Squeak by Roger Hargreaves
Shirley Chirp (Piccolo Books) by Roger Hargreaves
SUSIE SQUAWK (Easy Peasy People) by Roger Hargreaves
Trevor Trunk (Piccolo Books) by Roger Hargreaves
WILLIE WOOF (Easy Peasy People) by Roger Hargreaves

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Series description

A children's picture book series about various animals that takes place on Easy Peasy Island, in the Terrific Ocean. It is by Roger Hargreaves and Gray Joliffe. There are 12 books in the original series, with 4 more added later.

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