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The Great Big Animal Ask by Libby Hathorn
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The Great Big Animal Ask

by Libby Hathorn

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Some hippos ask‘Are we too big?’whilst butterflies and worms wonder are they too small? Who will answer the questions of all the animals of the world in a satisfying way? It ends up the animals are asking if they are fit to come on board Noah’s Ark. The gorgeous water colours of Anna Pignataro add incredible charm to a new take on an old story.
  UWC_PYP | Jun 11, 2006 |
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New take on Noah's Ark, gentle message of tolerance and acceptance. 4 yrs+

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