Don't Bite Your Friends! by


Don't Bite Your Friends! by

Don't bite your friends! It hurts when you munch. Your friends are your friends...They are not your lunch! Muno is a very sweet Gabba Land monster, but he has a very bad habit...sometimes he bites his friends! It's not nice to bite your friends, but, it's okay to bite your food! This Muno-shaped novelty book features a die-cut of Muno's mouth on every page, plus four removable food-shaped play pieces that little ones can use to feed Muno. Many preschoolers can relate to the issue of biting, and this hilarious and innovative novelty board book puts a fun spin on a serious topic and helps little ones to learn that it's not nice to bite your friends!

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Board book
10 pages


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Publication date

4th March 2010



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