Miffy at the Seaside

When Miffy visits the seaside with her father, she builds a sandcastle, looks for seashells and has a swim in the ocean. After her fun day, she falls asleep on the way home.

Miffy at the Seaside

Author: Dick Bruna

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ISBN: 9781760503475

Page: 24

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When Miffy visits the seaside with her father, she builds a sandcastle, looks for seashells and has a swim in the ocean. After her fun day, she falls asleep on the way home.

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