Moshi Moshi Kawaii Where's Princess Moshi? by
  

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Moshi Moshi Kawaii Where's Princess Moshi? by

They're cute, they're kawaii and they're waiting to be found! Join the brand new sensation from Japan in book two of the Moshi Moshi Kawaii series, and hunt for Princess Moshi. Moshis love dressing up and Moshi Town is a wonderland full of every type of Moshi in every type of costume, from Rainbow Moshis to Angel Moshis. Princess Moshi must go to the ball - but she has so much to do first! She'll need some help from you in finding the right costume to wear, getting there, and finding her Prince Moshi. Join Princess Moshi on her adventures through Moshi Land - but first you need to find her! Endless fun inside - with so many of Moshi's friends around there's always someone to find! Moshi MoshiKawaii started life as a good luck charm gift property in Japan and has since developed into the freshest kawaii (cute and kitsch) publishing property around the world.

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Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: 6+

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Publisher

Walker Books Ltd

Publication date

5th July 2010

ISBN

9781406325850


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