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43 Bin Street

Book Description
Nattie and Kiko are on a Mission - like all flies since the beginning of time, their job is to keep their allocated humans exercised and help them recycle their food. But now Nattie and Kiko have a problem - they have been sent to 43 Bin Street, and the new occupants are obsessively clean - they never leave any food lying around and even use fly spray! How can Nattie and Kiko fulfil their fly dest... More
Book Information
PublisherOrchard Books
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of Pages128
Publication Date07/07/2005
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About Livi Michael (Author) : Livi Michael is a published author of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Livi Michael include City of Dogs, The Whispering Road, The Angel Stone.
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