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    Book 1
    Book 1

    Where's Spot?

    Join the hunt to find lovable puppy, Spot, in Eric Hill's first ever lift-the-flap tale! Lift each flap to find al... More

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    Book 3
    Book 3

    Spot's First Walk

    Spot discovers all sorts of exciting new things when he goes on his very first walk. Another delightful lift-the-flap a... More

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    Book 9
    Book 9

    Not Now, Bernard

    Bernard's got a problem: he's found a monster in the back garden but his mum and dad are just too busy to notice. So Ber... More

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    Book 11
    Book 11

    Spot Goes to the Farm

    Dad wants to show Spot the baby animals, but it looks as though they're hiding! Will Spot and Dad be able to find them... More

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    Book 17
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    Book 25
    Book 25

    It's Mine!

    Lulu and Baby Bear are having great fun together in their tiger den. But when Lulu wants to play with Baby Bear's new ... More

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    Book 26

    It's Mine

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