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Product NameVile: A Cautionary Tale For Little Monsters
LanguageEnglish
CategoryBook / Magazine / Publication
Short DescriptionPaperback
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Length8.46 inches    (convert)
AuthorMark Robinson
Page Count32
BindingPaperback
Published07/23/2010
Long DescriptionLessons at the University of Vile are strict! With a timetable designed to refine the skills of grabbing, snatching, pushing, shoving, surreptitious tripping and not-paying-attention, pupils must strive to hone their bad manners, poor personal hygiene and repulsive habits. Graduation depends on pupils demonstrating their monstrosity at all times. Those who don't meet the grade are destined for things far worse - disqualification and quick enrolment at the dreaded Academy of Manners! With a revolting cast of nasties, brought to life by Sarah Horne's scratchy illustrations, this mischievous picture book demonstrates that perhaps life's not so great when spent solely in the pursuit of vileness...
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