Mr Wolf and the Enormous Turnip by Jan Fearnley

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Witty, original and contemporary take on the Frog Prince. Mr Wolf has found a great big enormous turnip. Just the thing to make his favourite supper - spicy turnip stew! But Mr Wolf needs some help. The turnip is stuck fast. Can the little frog with the sad tale help him? Mr Wolf's off on another rip-roaring adventure. Will he ever get his spicy turnip stew?
 

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Published August 5, 2004 by Egmont Books Ltd. 40 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Humor & Entertainment, Action & Adventure.

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It is Baby Bear’s birthday, and Mr. Wolf (Mr. Wolf and the Pancakes, 2000) and Grandma are preparing a fine birthday party.

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A stuck-fast turnip stands in the way of Mr. Wolf and a bowl of turnip stew.

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A stuck-fast turnip stands in the way of Mr. Wolf and a bowl of turnip stew.

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