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Nicholas and his family are off on holiday. Dad's bought a tent on wheels and Granny's looking after the goat. A whole week of fun in the sun. But Nicholas's sister has packed her pet carrot, and now her twin brother wants to take his chicken!
©2008 Jeremy Strong;

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Listen over and over again

Our kids have listened to this at least 10 times and can recite long excerpts. Cecily Carrot seems to appeal. A fun family narration.

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  • Pete
  • 02-03-17

Amazing 😍

It was so funny πŸ˜€
I am so happy 😁 I chose this book πŸ“š!!!!!
Erin age 9

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  • P.b
  • 03-26-16

My brothers famous bottom goes camping.

I extremely enjoyed this book and the way it was read, it was very entertaining. It was very good/amazing

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  • ANNA
  • 12-14-15

My brothers famous bottom goes camping

I think that this book is one for the family to enjoy it is bundles of laughter and a brilliant plot to the story

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  • emmanuele
  • 09-19-09

MY BROTHER'S FAMOUS BOTTOM GOES CAMPING

AS USUAL JEREMY STRONG IS ONE OF OUR FAVOURITES AND NEVER DISAPPOINTS US. VERY FUNNY, EASY TO LISTEN TO, GREAT FUN.

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  • Jane
  • 04-30-09

Very entertaining for a 7 year old boy

My 7 year old grandson really enjoyed this. good little boy humour, well read and very entertaining