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  • Published: 7 June 2012
  • ISBN: 9781849399531
  • Imprint: Andersen Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 32

I Want My Dummy!


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The Little Princess learns to live without her dummy in this addition to the bestselling series.

"Where is my dummy? I WANT MY DUMMY!"shrieks the Little Princess when the royal dummy mysteriously disappears, yet again. Wherever the King, Queen and courtiers hide her dummy, she always finds it even in the strangest of places . . .

Will she ever give it up?

  • Pub date: 7 June 2012
  • ISBN: 9781849399531
  • Imprint: Andersen Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 32

About the Author

Tony Ross

Tony Ross has been illustrating books for over 40 years, and has been published all over the world. He is perhaps best known for his much-loved Little Princess series, which has been adapted for TV and is currently showing on Channel 5s Milkshake, and for his collaboration on David Walliams’ best-selling children’s books. Tony’s books have been shortlisted for the The Laugh Out Loud Book Awards (Slug Needs a Hug) and the Kate Greenaway (Dr Xargle's Book of Earth Tiggers), and Tadpole’s Promise won the Silver Medal Smarties Prize. He has been named as the best-selling illustrator in the UK for three years in a row, and he is the UK’s libraries' most-borrwed illustrator. He lives in Rutland.

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Praise for I Want My Dummy!

“I haven't come across a child yet who isn't enchanted by his work.”

Tony Bradman

“'Has a casualness that conceals considerable artistry- the pictures reveal all.'”

School Librarian

“'A joy from the front cover right through to the last page.'”

Literacy and Learning

“Like many children still attached to a favourite blanket or comforter, she is very reluctant to give up the dummy she relies on and refuses to believe she is too grown up to need it anymore... children reading this book will be pleased to see that the final decision is the child's.”

Child Care

“I haven't come across a child yet who isn't enchanted by his work.”

Tony Bradman


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