We Are Wearing Out The Naughty Step
Written by Mick Inkpen
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Good fun for all in this story about too much naughtiness! The children are endlessly on the naughty step, everyone is misbehaving and Mummy is nearing the end of her tether… In fact, she snaps! Even she ends up on the naughty step which shows one and all, and especially the children enjoying this book, just how pointless the whole thing is.
We Are Wearing Out The Naughty Step by Mick Inkpen
A unique picture book tapping into a very contemporary concern from the master storyteller, Mick Inkpen, creator of Kipper and Wibbly Pig
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Hachette Children's Books
18th June 2009
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