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Little Bunny's Book of Friends - cover

Little Bunny's Book of Friends

Steve Smallman

Publisher: Graffeg Limited

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Summary

When it feels like your ears are beginning to flop and all of the bounce has gone out of your hop, when everything’s driving you right round the bend, you know what you need? What you need is…a friend.

Little Bunny returns with a host of friends big and small. Follow Little Bunny as he discovers how important friends can be, how they can help you tackle some of the more complex emotions, as well as how to be a good friend to others.

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