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    • ISBN:9781408359587
    • Publication date:02 May 2019

The Llama Bridesmaid

By Bella Swift

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Need a bridesmaid? No prob-llama!

Need a bridesmaid? No prob-llama!

Lulu the llama loves to help people! When she finds out that Apple Tree Farm is in trouble, she wants to help Farmer James save their home. A wedding at the farm could be the answer to their problems, so Lulu can't wait to get stuck in. From the cake to the flowers, Lulu wants everything to be perfect - but sometimes she gets a bit carried away . . .

Can Lulu's new friend, a little girl named Avani, help the llama bridesmaid save the bride's big day? The future of Apple Tree Farm is depending on it!

This funny, heart-warming story is full of wedding joy and llama drama!

Biographical Notes

Bella Swift (Author)
Bella Swift is the pseudonym of a prolific writer who has worked as a children's book editor and has penned many successful children's series. She lives in London with her two children and a pet cat - but wishes she could get a dog!

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  • ISBN: 9781408359570
  • Publication date: 02 May 2019
  • Page count: 160
  • Imprint: Orchard Books
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