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Duncan’s grumpy crayons are back. But are they happy? No! Crayons have feelings too, you know… Remember when Duncan’s crayons went on strike and ran away? Where did they end up? One day Duncan gets a set of postcards. Good news? Yes and no! Some have been on big adventures. But others have been lost, forgotten, broken – even melted in a tumble dryer and stuck to a sock! (Life just isn’t fair.) But have Orange and Yellow patched up their big quarrel? And will the crayons finally see that there’s no place like home?

  • Quirky and witty story told in postcards from each crayon
  • Oliver Jeffers’ distinctive art brings each page to vivid life
  • Gloriously funny look at life from a crayon’s perspective
  • The Day the Crayons Quit won a Children’s Choice Award

“A masterwork of humor and design” – Booklist

Product Details

Catalogue number

5500 in Rewards Catalogue 2017/18 and 516 in ISBC EU November 2017 Clubs

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9780008124441

Publisher

HarperCollins

Date published

July 7th, 2016

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  • 48 pages
Condition

New

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