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More Adventures according to humphrey:-

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Ahoy, maties!As a classroom hamster I've had many adventures. My biggest was when my boat almost sank to the bottom of Potter's Pond. And that was before I met up with some SCARY-SCARY-SCARY pirates! My paw was still shaking when I first scribbled the tale in my notebook, and I left out a few details.

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LanguageEnglish
FormatPaperback
ConditionGood
TypePre-owned, Imported / UK Edition

More Adventures according to humphrey:-

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Ahoy, maties!As a classroom hamster I've had many adventures. My biggest was when my boat almost sank to the bottom of Potter's Pond. And that was before I met up with some SCARY-SCARY-SCARY pirates! My paw was still shaking when I first scribbled the tale in my notebook, and I left out a few details. But now I've written out the whole story, including my mysterious midnight trips to the library and the unsqueakably wonderful surprise at the end.Your adventurous pal,Humphrey...

Melanie Martin Goes Dutch:-

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Dear Diary, You will never ever believe this! It is too good to be true!! Guess who is going with us to Amster Amster Dam Dam Dam? Cecily! Since Cecily’s mom is having surgery, Melanie’s parents invite Cecily on their family trip to Holland. Melanie thinks having her best friend along will be terrific. But things don’t go exactly as expected. First Melanie loses her luggage, and soon it looks like she’ll lose Cecily’s friendship. But Holland isn’t a total disaster. Along the way, Melanie learns to look through the eyes of van Gogh, Vermeer, and Anne Frank. Soon she discovers that being a good friend means seeing the world through your best friend’s eyes, too...