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Five happy children's books

Spread a little joy with these uplifting reads


Posted: 3 April 2012
by Fiona McKim


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Wibbly Pig Is Happy by Mick Inkpen (Hodder, £4.99)

Mick Inkpen's porcine protagonist is the perfect cheery role-model for very young children as he tries out a few of his favourite activities and discovers that losing your ice cream is not the end of the world - a sage lesson for children of any age.

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