Set over the course of several months, Molly makes repeated trips to the wattle tree. At first, her visits are to escape the sadness in the house as Mum is locked inside her own grief. Gradually, Molly draws strength from her visits and ultimately invites Mum to share in the experience so they can keep memories of Gran alive.
Let's talk about POO! Some animals poo on land, some poo in water. Some stop to poo, others do it on the move. I poo and you poo too. Every living thing has to eat, so everybody poos!
|Series:||Ladybird Sing-along Rhymes|
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Egg hunting we will go! Egg hunting we will go! Use your eyes to find the surprise! Egg hunting we will go! What surprises can you spy along the way?
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A fantastic way to introduce young children to the concepts of art and culture. These Miffy titles will encourage children to appreciate and enjoy both traditional and non-traditional forms of children's entertainment.