The Moose Fairy (Paperback)Steve Smallman (author,illustrator)
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Moose has always wanted to be a fairy...
He joins The Secret Fairy Club, but when he arrives he realises that everyone else is... little! Moose completes all the club tasks, but the members say he just doesn't fit in. But will they change their mind after Moose saves them from a nasty Fox?
A funny and touching picture book, with a positive message about being kind and accepting those who are different from ourselves. Includes discussion points for parents and teachers to build understanding and enjoyment of the story and the morals behind it.
Publisher: Happy Yak
Number of pages: 32
Dimensions: 275 x 250 mm
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