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Best Picture Books for April

Reluctant slumberers, an awesome super hero and the lost rhymes of Dr Seuss are all thrown into the mix in our round-up of rollicking reads for April


Posted: 5 April 2012
by Junior


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The Totally Terrifying Three by Hiawyn Oram and David Melling Hodder, £10.99, 3+
The dragon, the witch and the giant all get so scared when they look in the mirror that
they believe they are “totally terrifying” to everyone else. However, when they meet Not-So-Tiddly toddler, who wants to play with them, they realise they are not as scary as they reckoned. A romping and useful book to banish any thoughts your child might have of beasties at bedtime.

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