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Kitty the Toon The World's First Inland Colony

Out of Print
Series: My Wee Books
By: John Miles(Author), Barry Robson(Illustrator)
32 pages, colour illustrations
Publisher: Langford Press
Kitty the Toon
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  • Kitty the Toon ISBN: 9781904078531 Hardback Nov 2012 Out of Print #205541
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The story of the worlds first inland Kittiwake colony, especially written for children. Targeted at children aged 8-10. Shows familiar images from Newcastle and Gateshead.

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Out of Print
Series: My Wee Books
By: John Miles(Author), Barry Robson(Illustrator)
32 pages, colour illustrations
Publisher: Langford Press
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