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Pop Go The Wiggles: Favourite Nursery Rhymes
Binding
Board Book
ISBN13
9780733322488
Pages
24
Dimensions
190 x 150 x 0mm
Released
Availability
Out of Print
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Description

A wonderful collection of The Wiggles' favourite nursery rhymes, based on the DVD and Aria-winning CD.

Hey Diddle, Diddle, its nursery rhymes with a Wiggle! The Wiggles' favourite nursery rhymes are brought to life with vibrant illustrations for Wiggles' fans to enjoy again and again. Nursery rhymes include 'Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star', 'London Bridge, ' See-saw Marjory Dawe', and many more of everybody's favourites.

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