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Cuddle the Magic Kitten Book 1 - Magical Friends

Hayley Daze

Publisher: Willow Tree Books

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When Cuddle the kitten comes to play, magic is never far away! Whenever Cuddle the cutest kitten appears, a sparkle of her kitten magic takes best friends Olivia and Grace on amazing adventures. Perfect for emerging readers, satisfying progress is assured through the delivery of simple but immersive magical kitten adventures. Children will smile from ear-to-ear as they read! In Magical Friends, Cuddle takes Olivia and Grace on an amazing adventure to Ancient Egypt. With kitten magic, will the best friends be able to help a young girl to find the pharaoh's missing cat?

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