Smurfs: The 100th Smurf by


Smurfs: The 100th Smurf by

When a string of bad luck hits the Smurf village, Papa Smurf decides to do a ritual dance in an attempt to change their luck for the better. To complete the dance he needs 100 Smurfs, but there are only 99 in the village! However, it seems that help is at hand as when Vanity Smurfs mirror is struck by lightning, his reflection comes to life and becomes the 100th Smurf just in time to join the dance and save the day! This classic Smurf storybook includes 100 special Smurf stickers!

About the Author

Angela Darling was nicknamed The Love Guru by her friends in school because she always gave such awesome advice on crushes. And Angela's own first crush worked out pretty well… they have been married for almost ten years now! When Angela isn't busy watching reading romance novels, she works as an editor in New York City. She knows deep down that every story can't possibly have a happy ending, but the incurable romantic in her can't help but always look for the silver lining in every cloud.

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16 pages


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Publication date

26th April 2012



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