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“Good morning, class. Today we are going to learn about Earthlets.” In this way, Dr Xargle, our friendly alien teacher, begins to teach his class about humans and babies. They must be wrapped in the hair of a sheep to keep them warm. They eat egg-mangle from a prong. And they spend all day covering themselves in mud, banana, egg-mangle and the fur of creatures called Tibbles and Marmaduke. Have you ever heard of anything so weird? A classic picture book which takes a wry look at human life and how we bring up babies! “Willis’s clever and original text will particularly delight older siblings who may also find that babies are a separate species.” Publishers Weekly “A wonderful idea – a hoot a page.” Guardian

Product Details

Catalogue number

5399 in Schools Catalogue 2017/18

Format

Paperback

Date published

June 4th, 2015

Condition

New

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Author/Illustrator

Tony Ross

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