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The Minecraft Toilet - Book 1 - cover

The Minecraft Toilet - Book 1

Loe Swonny, Kaleany Gell, Nico Yazoo, Fann Prinnymoo, Flyff Apleman

Publisher: Nicholas Yoannou

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Summary

This ebook is a fun book for kids. 
 
This book encourages college students (Year 7, 8 & 9) to read a book. Reviews below shows some of what people think.
 
‘Funniest book I’ve ever read’ Oliver Bean
 
’This book cured my Depression!’ AFatDwarf
 
‘Best book I’ve read, Shakespeare Quality.’ KingAinsley11
 
’Much memes. Very good.’ OllyORB
 
This book was published near the end of 2018, and got some good reviews. This book was built for the fun, not for the money. We want to feature this book, because we want to put a smile on children’s faces. This book was written by children, and read by children. Recommended for anyone in Y7 or over (Y7+).
 
Please give a moment to like, and leave a review!
 
2018 © Swonny Books 

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