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It Must Have Been You By Zanib Mian (Colour Illustration)
[#6213 3B3 PB 32pp Sweet Apple Publishers, rhythmic & enticingly designed, Story, children, Islamic]

It Must Have Been You 
By Zanib Mian
Illustrated by Fatima Mian
Paperback 32 Pages
Full Colour Illustrations 
Size : 24 x 24 cm
ISBN : 9780956419668
Publisher : Sweet Apple Publishers

About The Book

Infectiously rhythmic and enticingly designed, this is a delightful debut of a little girl who just can't seem to stay out of trouble. 

She is caught by pointing fingers of her Muslim family everywhere she goes, until she does just the right thing to put it all right. 

Perfect for sharing time and time again.


978-0956419668

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Weight: 210

In Stock: 9
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