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Molly Mischief: My Perfect Pet

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Trouble and impishness abound in this irresistible new series by the author & illustrator of the MR. MEN

In this first book in the Molly Mischief series, Molly wants a pet - a big pet. But Molly being Molly, mischief is never far away!
Molly decides that an elephant would be her perfect pet - so she brings one home from the wildlife park... but it's a bit too big for her house... the tiger is too fierce... the giraffe too tall... and the polar bear gets too hot. Will Molly ever find the perfect pet?

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