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Wiggles: Live Hot Potatoes!
212 x 275 x 0mm
Out of Print
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For the first time ever, go behind-the-scenes with The Wiggles live on stage. Includes live-action photos from real concerts!

In this paperback concert book, readers will follow along with Jeff, Murray, Anthony, Greg, Wags, Dorothy, Captain Feathersword and Henry as they perform in a live show! Find out all about what The Wiggles do to prepare for a performance, what their favourite parts of the show are and more! With over 50 full-colour photographs of The Wiggles, from backstage shots to dazzling on-stage performances, preschoolers will love this backstage pass to their favourite musical group's show!

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