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We Made A Movie - cover

We Made A Movie

Charlotte Lo

Publisher: Nosy Crow

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Summary

The funny, heart-warming sequel to the acclaimed We Won an Island.
When Luna's family won an island, their dreams came true - Luna opened a donkey sanctuary, her sister flew a plane, and her brother won a sheep pageant. But Luna's new donkey has a mortal fear of beaches, her mum's goat-yoga business is on the rocks, and her brother is weirder than ever! Luna's got a brilliant plan to solve her family's problems - it's time to enter the movie-making business...
A laugh-out-loud story of family, fun and sunny adventures from the author of We Won An Island, one of The Telegraph's best 50 books of 2019: "This book is definitely a bask in the sun." Telegraph
Available since: 06/03/2021.
Print length: 272 pages.

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