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Miss Mallow has decided to put on a musical show to celebrate the opening of the new school hall. Poppy and her class are all very excited especially when they get to vote on which show to perform. But things start to go wrong during the auditions when every single child wants the two starring roles! Before long Miss Mallow is at the end of her tether and cancels the show . . .
Little rag doll Annabelle-Mae gets a new home...but when it arrives, it isn't quite what she expected. Peer through the windows, push open the door, and explore the house that Annabelle-Mae - with a little help from her friends - makes into a gorgeous home. It is ideal reading for 3- to 7-year-olds. A glittery finish on the cover and the conclusion of the story enhances children's excitement and enjoyment. Annabelle-Mae is the best doll in the world. When she says that she needs a house of her own, it must be true. It turns out, however, that Annabelle-Mae's new home needs a little work...Look through the window of the sitting room as Annabelle-Mae and her owner furnish it with squishy cushions, fluffy carpets and a little table to put cakes on. But you can't have cakes without a kitchen in which to bake them - peer inside as Annabelle-Mae enjoys a milkshake and plans tea parties. Open up the front door to see balloons, flags and streamers, and Annabelle-Mae wearing her best dress and a big smile, hosting a house-warming with all of her friends. Like Annabelle-Mae and her owner, you're sure to think that this delightful story - and the house - is simply perfect! Young readers will love this delightful tale, and the fantastic pop-up illustrations will take them right into the heart of the doll's house.
How exciting! The ballet class is going to stage a production of The Nutcracker. Meet the students - the eager Josh, the perfectly presented Pia, the untidy Bella, the nervous Emmie - and their hard-working teacher, Mrs Sonatine, as they get ready. They all want to do their best. Josh cannot wait: he loves to perform and always dances well when an audience is watching. Pia wants to be a snowflake, but will Bella be able to deal with her hair? Emmie worries that she might get stagefright, so she becomes Mrs Sonatine's assistant stage manager instead. During the dress rehearsals the scenery collapses, and Bella - who is dressed as a mouse - finds that someone is standing on her tail. Will everything be all right on the night? Young dancers everywhere will love this amusing and warm-hearted tale, and the beautiful pop-up 3-D illustrations will take them right into the heart of the show.
A brand-new story in the best-selling Princess Poppy series with gorgeous coloured pages! Poppy is very excited because she is hosting her first ever sleepover. Honey, Sweetpea, Mimosa and Abigail are all coming to stay and there are lots of treats in store, including beauty treatments, dance routines, midnight feasts and a nature walk in Wildspice Woods the next morning. Much to the girls excitement, heavy snow falls during the night and when they wake up, everything is covered by a deep layer of sparkling snow. But they soon realize that the snowstorm isn't just fun and games. Things start to really get serious when Aunt Marigold's General Store runs out of food supplies, the log man can't get through because all the roads are blocked and Honey injures herself. Some of the villagers are even without electricity and phone lines. Will the Villagers manage to stay warm and fed and will the community spirit of the Honeypot Hill residents shine through and help everyone pull together until the storm is over? And will Poppy save the day? Find out in this brilliant new Princess Poppy adventure.
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