The Boxtrolls: Make Your Own Boxtroll Punch-Out Activity Book by
  

The Boxtrolls: Make Your Own Boxtroll Punch-Out Activity Book

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Inside this book you'll find everything you need to create your own collection of characters from the blockbuster film The Boxtrolls.

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Synopsis

The Boxtrolls: Make Your Own Boxtroll Punch-Out Activity Book by

To accompany this autumn's blockbuster new movie, this activity book has everything you need to make your own Boxtrolls! Just pop out the pieces, fold at the lines, and lock in the tabs. In no time, you'll have you own Eggs, Fish, Oil Can, and other curious critters!

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Paperback
12 pages

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Oxford University Press

Publication date

4th September 2014

ISBN

9780192739445

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