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Annie: A True Family

Suitable for 7 - 9 years

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Product description

The film story retold in simple words and colour photos direct from the screen. Relive all the best bits. The ultimate New Year pick-me-up. Annie knows she’s not an orphan. She just doesn’t know who her parents are. But it’s a tough life living in Miss Hannigan’s horrible foster home. Luckily, everything changes when Annie is taken in by a New York City millionaire. He wants Annie to help him get voted in as mayor. Is this her chance to find her true family at last? We love this girl: she’s got big hair, a big heart and loads of really big fans – like us!

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  1. Tickly
    on 4 October 2016

    Gimme, gimme, gimme!

    5out of 5