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Three Billy Goats Gruff Story Book

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Three Billy Goats Gruff Story Book
Three Billy Goats Gruff Story Book
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This bright and colourful book is sure to be a hit with little ones. Telling the classic story of the three billy goats who need to cross the bridge to the lush green meadow on the other side. But underneath the bridge lives a very mean and hungry Troll who wants to eat the goats for his dinner. Are the Billy Goat brothers clever enough to outwit the troll and get to the green grass? This book is perfect for you to share with your child as a bedtime story.

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  • Creativity

    This toy enables your child to express themselves artistically.

  • Learning to Read
    Learning to Read

    This toy helps your child start to read for themselves.


  • Weight: 0.21 kg
  • Height: 28 cm
  • Width: 24.5 cm
  • Depth: 0.3 cm
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