Land of the Lost Teddies by Emma Fischel


Land of the Lost Teddies by Emma Fischel

Part of the Young Puzzle Adventures series, this book features stories containing simple picture puzzles for young children to solve. It is suitable for younger children to read along with an adult, or for more confident readers to tackle alone.

About the Author

Emma Fischel

Emma Fischel grew up in the country, the middle of five children, and had a happy, muddy childhood. She now lives in London and has three nearly grown-up children of her own - two boys and one girl, all very tall, and extremely useful at changing light bulbs she can't reach. Emma writes both fiction and non-fiction. Her books have been published by Bloomsbury, Usborne, Watts, and others.

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32 pages
Interest Age: 4+


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Publication date

31st January 2008



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