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My Book about Me by Mr Silly: A World Book Day Title

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The Mr Men have been delighting children for generations with their charming and funny antics. Bold illustrations and funny stories make Mr Men the perfect story experience for children aged two and up.

My Book About Me by Mr. Silly - a World Book Day 2018 book:
What would you write a book about?
Mr Silly's story began with himself, but then he decided
to include his friends. He knew that if his friends were
in the book then they would want to read it, just like you.
Enjoy this very silly book about Mr Silly's book!

My Book about Me by Mr Silly: A World Book Day Title Reviews | Toppsta

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