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The Queen & Mr Brown: A Night in the Natural History Museum

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Another fantastic adventure in the animal kingdom for readers aged 5 to 500. The Queen and her loveable pet corgi Mr Brown visit the Natural History Museum in London after hours, which they soon discover is a very different place by night. They meet its magical animal residents and learn from them some of the amazing things animals can do. Beautifully illustrated and affectionately told, this is a delightful tale of two close friends and their eventful night in the Museum.

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This is Book 2 in the Queen & MR Brown Series. See all Queen & MR Brown books here.

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James Francis Wilkins studied painting at Chelsea College, UK, and worked in the animation film industry in London and Germany, where he also worked as a newspaper cartoonist. He now lives in Greece, where he enjoys writing and illustrating and exploring the country's abundant plant life.

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