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Product description

Mrs Pepperpot is a feisty old lady with a fabulous gift – she can shrink to miniature size. She can’t choose when she’ll shrink to the size of a pepperpot. It just happens! And when she’s teeny-tiny, the world around her can be a scary place. But whatever she faces – a monstrous mousetrap, a crafty fox or a massive ice cream mountain – little Mrs Pepperpot always comes out on top!

  • A treasury of 20 short stories about a classic character
  • Perfect for fans of Dick King-Smith and Enid Blyton
  • The Mrs Pepperpot books have been loved since the 1950s
  • Full of wonder, humour, charm and marvellous adventures

“The stories have that sense of magic which all the best children’s stories have.” Independent on Sunday

Product Details

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9780099411390

Publisher

Red Fox

Date published

July 15th, 2000

Other details
  • 464 pages
Condition

New

UK edition

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