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Where's Tim's Ted? It's Time for Bed!
Written by Ian Whybrow
Illustrated by Russell Ayto
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Where's Tim's Ted? It's Time for Bed! by Ian WhybrowIt's the middle of the night and Tim can't sleep without his pink Ted. But where is Ted? Pulling on his boots, Ted creeps out into the moonlight to search around the farm. Ted isn't in the hen-house, at the duck pond or in the stable. How will Tim ever get to sleep? But, wait! Ted is not the only little pink creature on the farm - perhaps mummy pig can help? A fantastic flashlit adventure, perfect for reading aloud!
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Interest Age: From 2 To 4
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10th June 2014
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