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Horrid Henry's Bumper Fun Book

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A fun-filled TV tie-in activity book of puzzles from HORRID HENRY'S BRAINBUSTERS, HEADSCRATCHERS and MINDBENDERS, along with added material from HORRID HENRY'S PUZZLE BOOK.
Paperback, 72 pages
Published June 5th 2008 by Orion Publishing Group (first published January 1st 2008)
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Francesca Simon grew up in California and attended both Yale and Oxford Universities, where she specialised in Medieval Studies. How this prepared her to write children’s books she cannot imagine, but it did give her a thorough grounding in alliteration.

She then threw away a lucrative career as a medievalist and worked as a freelance journalist, writing for the Sunday Times, Guardian, Mail on Sund
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