Hug a Slug or Snog a Frog? A Book of Impossible Choices by Chris P. Bacon
  

Hug a Slug or Snog a Frog? A Book of Impossible Choices

Written by Chris P. Bacon
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Synopsis

Hug a Slug or Snog a Frog? A Book of Impossible Choices by Chris P. Bacon

What would you rather do - hug a slug or snog a frog? Have hair made of soggy spaghetti or a nose made of plasticine? Be best friends with the Incredible Hulk or with Batman? This brilliantly funny and totally addictive collection of impossible choices will keep you entertained for hours!

About the Author

Chris P. Bacon is better known by the name Mitchell Symons, Blue Peter Award-winning author of DON'T WIPE YOUR BUM WITH A HEDGEHOG, ON YOUR FARTS, GET SET, GO and HOW MUCH POO DOES AN ELEPHANT DO?

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
304 pages
Interest Age: From 9

Author

Chris P. Bacon
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Publisher

Red Fox an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

7th February 2013

ISBN

9781849418683


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