The Little Person's Book of World Records by Becky Plenderleith, Allan Plenderleith
  

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The Little Person's Book of World Records by Becky Plenderleith, Allan Plenderleith

The Little Person's Book of World Records introduces our first book of certificates, encouraging boys and girls to achieve a variety of fun challenges. These can be artistic, physical, emotional or just plain silly, but achieving them will give the child a sense of pride and confidence in their ability, while creating valuable fun-filled time together for parent and child. Once the child achieves the challenge, the parent can take pride in presenting the certificate, which can then be displayed with relish on their bedroom wall. Each certificate will be perforated down the left-hand side to enable easy removal. This is a great gift concept with a fresh, bold, comical and cute design to encourage children to want to achieve as many certificates as they possibly can.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Becky Plenderleith, Allan Plenderleith
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Publisher

Ravette Publishing Ltd

Publication date

25th October 2007

ISBN

9781841612447


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