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Little Miss Princess and the Pea

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When poor Little Miss Princess gets caught in a storm and her coach is stuck in the mud she is very pleased to see the lights of a house in the distance. Unfortunately the house belongs to Mr Uppity one of the rudest men in the world and he's not at all convinced that Little Miss Princess is really a princess ...

Will Little Miss Princess be able to prove that she is indeed a princess? It looks unlikely when Mr Bump and Mr Tickle get involved and cause the usual mayhem! Perhaps the only way to prove it once and for all will be the famous pea under the mattresses ...
The Mr Men and Little Miss Magic series takes kids on a series of sparkling adventures where they meet some extraordinary characters including a dragon, an ogre, a mermaid, a princess, a fairy, pirates and many others.
These colourful adventures will delight children of two years and upwards. Bold illustrations and funny stories make Mr Men and Little Miss the perfect story time experience.

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This is Book 19 in the Mr. Men & Little Miss Magic Series. See all Mr. Men & Little Miss Magic books here.

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