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Cuthbert the Colourful Troll

Patrick Halliday

Publisher: Markosia Enterprises Ltd

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Summary

Cuthbert is no ordinary troll – oh, no! He is lovable, colourful, and fluffy, and, what is more, depending upon his mood, he changes colour. The Cuthbert series of books are fun, exciting and educational, with subtle messages about tolerance and diversity.

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