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  • 5 stars across 8 books
    The Monster Factory was founded as a greetings card publisher, initially specialising in hand made cards. It has since become synonymous with design-led stationery featuring eye-catching artwork and unusual production techniques. From this launchpad, the company has nurtured a small, but extremely special stable of licensed properties that are progressing in several exciting directions worldwide.
    22nd April 2008

    Smidge

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    1st September 2010

    The Jingle Bell Ball

    Groove to the music with the snowy animals, as they play different instruments and practice their special moves. With a ... More

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    1st March 2009

    Storytime: Home Sweet Home

    Frog lives in a bucket, but suddenly, he has to find a new home! Can any of his friends in the garden take him in? Will ... More

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    1st February 2012

    The Dinosaur Rock

    Meet a rock 'n' roll band of cool dinosaurs, as they play different instruments and practise their special moves. With a... More

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    4th April 2011

    The Big Beach Boogie

    Dance to the tropical beat with Octopus and friends, as they play different musical instruments and practise their own s... More

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    3rd September 2010

    Spooky Sounds: Little Witch

    These spooky and silly sound books will help little ones join in the Halloween fun! Press the CACKLE button and follow L... More

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    1st September 2015

    My Big Book of Monsters

    Monsters are among us! And they look so funny that children would wish they were real. Perfect for Halloween, "My Book o... More

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