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Junior Book Club: March 2013

From Ed Vere's noisy adventure to a snappy sibling, we pick the best new picture books

Posted: 13 March 2013
by Fiona McKim

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Let’s Find Mimi At Home by Katherine Hodge Hodder, £11.99, 3+

Can you ever find Wally? If you struggle to discover the bespectacled wanderer, this sweet take on the formula may prove easier on the eye. Mimi the mouse seems to be having a swell time at home, eating breakfast, splashing in the bath and baking a cake, but can your eagle-eyed child spot the cute critter and her relatives amongst the busy household scenes?

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