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Friday’s Page 69 ~ Mickey and the Missing Spy by Anne Miller + Becka Moor

Friday’s Page 69 ~ Mickey and the Missing Spy by Anne Miller + Becka Moor

Mickey and the Missing Spy (Mickey and the Animal Spies #3) by Anne Miller, Becka Moor, Purple, Animals, Spies, Children's Book, Humour, Fun, Codes
The next morning, Mickey found herself hovering outside Hildegarde’s house once again, using the spare key to open her front door and cautiously enter.
“Hello?” she called out, remembering with a shiver the sound of breaking alss and heavy footseps from the day before. “Can you hear anything?” she whispered to Clarke and Rupert who were accompanying her.
Top 10 Books December 2021

Top 10 Books December 2021

Good afternoon all!

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Review for Spider-Man: No Way Home: Spider-Man’s Very Strange Day!

Review for Spider-Man: No Way Home: Spider-Man’s Very Strange Day!

Spider-Man: No Way Home: Spider-Man's Very Strange Day!, Calliope Glass, Andrew Kolb, Green, Spiderman, Superheroes, Children's Book, Picture Book, Humour, EuropeWhat to do when you are down in spiderdumps because your identity fell through? Go out with your friends and have a fun day at The Sanctum Sanctorum!!

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Top 10 Books November 2021

Top 10 Books November 2021

Afternoon!!

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First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ Toto the Ninja Cat and the Great Snake Escape

First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ Toto the Ninja Cat and the Great Snake Escape

Toto the Ninja Cat and the Great Snake Escape, Toto the Ninja Cat, Cat, Lantern, Moon, Cats, Adventure, Ninjas, Brother, Sister, London, Dermot O'Leary, Nick East, Night, Stars, Zoo, Mystery, Children's Books, Illustrations
Toto was having the best dream of her life (featuring an enormous pepperoni pizza, a bucket of cheesy pasta and, to finish, her furry face buried in a massive tiramisu), when she found herself rudely transported back to a cold London night.
CRASH, BANG and, while we’re at it, WALLOP doesn’t even come close to the terrible noise that disturbed the silence on the otherwise sleepy street. It was the kind of night where you and I would be tucked up in bed with an extra blanket and a hot-water bottle.