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Eleven- year- old squishy ( real name sita) taylor has just inherited a ‘ bonus family’ – an extra mum, two new sisters and a brand new baby brother. These great books ( and some picture books) will help children manage, understand and overcome. Child' s play books are loved by parents, teachers and, most importantly, children all over the world. Now, finally, she can be a normal twenty- eight- year- old. Barrington stoke will publish rock bottom: a midsummer nightmare and tripwrecked!
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