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Classic Tales of Rupert

A classic children's book collection from Rupert the Bear as part of the stunning new Egmont Heritage range. This beautiful book contains two classic Alfred Bestall stories: Rupert&The Mare's Nest and Rupert&The Lost Cuckoo. Rupert and the Mare's Nest "What's a Mare's nest?"Rupert asks his father when he reads the words in a book. They don't exist, says Mr Bear - but Rupert is determined to find one, and his search takes him to many exciting places! Rupert&The Lost Cuckoo The cuckoo is one of the busiest birds in Nutwood Village, and how Rupert misses its cheery voice! After a long search he discovers why is has vanished from its usual home. A great read is forever ... The Egmont Heritage range represents the very best in children's literature in beautifully bound editions that a child will cherish. In this stunning gift book package, two of the very best Rupert stories illustrated by Alfred Bestall are featured.

Издательство: "Egmont Books" (2012)

ISBN: 9781405264228

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