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The Ding Dong Bag

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When two boys go out with a large bag to collect all the noise they can find, you can be sure that they will have an ear-splitting time! From the clank of a stick on railings to the thud of a baseball bat, this vibrant story celebrates the rich diversity of sounds they encounter and collect.

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This is Book 18 in the Child's Play library Series. See all Child's Play library books here.

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Traditional Fairy Tale modernised by Child's Play.


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Jess grew up in a large family in a small village a few miles north of London. As a child she loved making stuff, drawing and painting, riding her bike, and generally messing about. She especially remembers spending happy holidays by the Norfolk coast with her cousins, collecting

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