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It's time for Small's birthday - and he's very excited! What kind of presents will he be getting? Join the lovable Clangers family for a special party in this sweet illustrated story.

In the second Clangers picture book from Daniel Postgate, young readers can read along with their favourite characters and learn more about life on the little blue planet.

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9780241250136
  • ISBN: 9780241250136
  • Pub Date: 1st September 2016
  • Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
  • Imprint: Ladybird
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number of Pages: 32

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About Daniel Postgate

Born in Whitstable in 1964, Daniel is the son of the film-maker and author, Oliver Postgate. After school he worked as a chef in local restaurants and as an apprentice box-painter. In 1987 he went to London and worked as a freelance cartoonist for the Radio Times and Sunday Times. It was in 1994 that Daniel had his first book published, and this is now the b...

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