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Actually I Can

Being a worry bunny often stops Connor from having fun. He wishes he was confident, adventurous and brave, just like his best friend Amelia. She wants him to worry less and laugh more. See how, by going on an adventure, Connor discovers that he actually can.

Suitable 4-10yrs, 32 page Soft Cover

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