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In addition to recording personal details, there is space for pasting in photographs, spaces for writing and the simple questions encourage the child to think about themselves, their family, friends and their life. This topic is relevant for the National Curriculum: Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) KS1 and KS2.

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After teaching French and Italian at secondary schools, Catherine Bruzzone spent 10 years at Pan Books, developing language learning and children's activity books, including the Breakthrough series of home study language courses (now published by Macmillan) and the Learn Together series of home study workbooks for parents and children. In 1990, Catherine set

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About Caroline Jayne Church

Caroline has also had Wobble Bear and Wobble Bear Says Yellow published with OUP. Other titles include Do Your Ears Hang Low (Chicken House), Mouse in the Marmalade (Hodder), Tortoise in the Toilet (Hodder). She lives in Farnham, Surrey.

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