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Tales of Acorn Wood:Hide & Seek Pig

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Tales from Acorn Wood Deep in the heart of Acorn Wood, Pig and Hen are playing hide-and-seek. Lift the flaps and help Pig find out where Hen is hiding! Other books in the Acorn Wood series: Fox's Socks, Rabbit's Nap and Postman Bear

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This is Book 3 in the Tales from Acorn Wood Series. See all Tales from Acorn Wood books here.

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