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    Hi I normally buy the children who are moving on to school a book about going to school as as leaving present, I am looking for some ideas for a different book this year I normally but a Charlie and Lola book. I am sure I have seen on here before some great recommendations about transition to school books but can't find the post now.
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    There are two that I love.

    The Kissing Hand (this one makes me almost cry)

    A Pocketful of Kisses

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maza View Post
    There are two that I love.

    The Kissing Hand (this one makes me almost cry)

    A Pocketful of Kisses

    Thanks The Kissing Hand is the one I was trying to remember as I think it was mentioned on here before.
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