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Early Reader: Chocolate Porridge

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Early Readers are stepping stones from picture books to reading books. A blue Early Reader is perfect for sharing and reading together. A red Early Reader is the next step on your reading journey. Timothy's sisters think that boys are all rubbish at cooking so Timothy sets out to prove them wrong - by making the most delicious chocolate porridge ever. The only trouble is... who is going to eat it? A brand-new full colour Early Reader edition of this favourite story, with charming, classic illustrations that have the same warmth and appeal as Shirley Hughes.

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About Margaret Mahy

Margaret Mahy's many books - picture books, short stories, and fiction for teenagers as well as younger children - have been hugely successful all round the world and she was indisputably one of the most popular and successful 20th-century children's authors. She won the Carnegie Medal and many other awards, and was nominated for the Hans Christian Anderson

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About Terry Milne

Terry Milne was born in South Africa but is now based in Oxford, England. She has illustrated books with authors such as Martin Waddell, Angela McAllister and Vivian French, working with UK publishers such as Andersen Press and Walker Books. Her daughter's struggles with anxiety and repetitive behaviour led Terry to write and illustrate the story of Charlie

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