DON'T FORGET TIGGS!. MICHAEL ROSEN. Libro en papel. 9781783442690 LIBRERIA 9 3/4
DON'T FORGET TIGGS!

DON'T FORGET TIGGS!

MICHAEL ROSEN

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ANDERSEN PRESS
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ISBN:
978-1-78344-269-0

Mr and Mrs Hurry are always rushing about. They never stop! But that means they forget some rather important things - like eating . . . and shopping . . . and taking their son Harry to school!
Thankfully, Tiggs the cat is around to remind them. But will anyone remember to give Tiggs his dinner?

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