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Fletcher and the Rockpool - cover

Fletcher and the Rockpool

Julia Rawlinson

Publisher: Graffeg Limited

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Summary

When Fletcher tumbles happily onto the beach he is dazzled by the sun, sea and space. He soon finds a rockpool full of new friends… but as the sea disappears, they are stranded! Fletcher rushes to the rescue and manages to scoop up Little Crab… but do Fletcher’s new friends really need rescuing? 

Explore the glittering world beyond Fletcher’s wood in this heart-warming summer story.
Available since: 05/12/2022.

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