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The Sunday Blues: Say goodbye to back to school worries!

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ISBN: 9781444955620
AuthorLayton, Neal
Pub Date02/07/2020
BindingPaperback
Pages32
CountryGBR
Dewey823.92
Quick overview Overcome back-to-school worries with this charmingly funny tale from an award-winning author-illustrator, Neal Layton.
€8.16

Overcome back-to-school worries with this charmingly funny tale.

What's good about Sundays? Walking the dog, splashing in puddles, visiting Auntie Vera and yummeroony food! So why has Steve got Sunday Blues? Could it be because Monday morning is just around the corner...

This gently funny tale about overcoming back-to-school anxiety is perfect for anyone who finds Monday mornings worrisome.

From Neal Layton, the award-winning illustrator behind the much-loved Emily Brown series.

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Overcome back-to-school worries with this charmingly funny tale.

What's good about Sundays? Walking the dog, splashing in puddles, visiting Auntie Vera and yummeroony food! So why has Steve got Sunday Blues? Could it be because Monday morning is just around the corner...

This gently funny tale about overcoming back-to-school anxiety is perfect for anyone who finds Monday mornings worrisome.

From Neal Layton, the award-winning illustrator behind the much-loved Emily Brown series.

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